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2014 Regular Session
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At the request of:
Chief Sponsors: Representative Greenlick , Senator Devlin , Representative Nathanson , Senator Ferrioli , Representative Holvey
Regular Sponsors: Senator Hansell , Senator Johnson , Senator Monnes Anderson , Senator Roblan , Senator Rosenbaum , Senator Starr , Senator Steiner Hayward , Senator Thomsen , Senator Winters , Representative Kotek , Representative Barker , Representative Gallegos , Representative Gorsek , Representative Hoyle , Representative Keny-Guyer , Representative Lininger , Representative Smith Warner , Representative Vega Pederson , Representative Williamson , Representative Witt (Presession Filed)
Bill Title: Relating to standards of performance in public contracting; and declaring an emergency.
Catchline/Summary: Requires state contracting agency or public corporation that implements information technology initiative to obtain quality management services from qualified contractor if value of information technology initiative exceeds $5 million or meets criteria or standards that State Chief Information Officer or Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services specifies by rule or policy.
Requires state contracting agency or public corporation that implements information technology initiative to obtain [, in separate procurement,] quality management services from qualified contractor if value of information technology initiative exceeds $5 million or meets [certain other] criteria or standards that State Chief Information Officer or Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services specifies by rule or policy. Provides that state contracting agency or public corporation may not artificially divide or fragment information technology initiative to avoid requirement to procure quality management services. Requires state contracting agency and public corporation to consult with Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services and to follow policies and procedures of Oregon Department of Administrative Services to determine extent of quality management services that state contracting agency or public corporation needs for information technology initiative. Requires quality management services contractor to provide reports to contract administrator and to State Chief Information Officer, Director of Oregon Department of Administrative Services and, as appropriate, to director of state contracting agency or governing body of public corporation. Exempts Secretary of State and State Treasurer from requirement to obtain quality management services, to consult with director or State Chief Information Officer and to provide reports. Provides exemption from requirement that state contracting agency may not accept bid or proposal from contractor that assisted state contracting agency in developing specifications or solicitation documents for bid or proposal for certain quality management services. Requires bidder or proposer to submit signed affidavit to demonstrate to contracting agency that bidder or proposer has complied with tax laws of this state or political subdivision of this state. Becomes operative July 1, 2014. Declares emergency, effective on passage.
Fiscal Impact: Fiscal Impact Issued
Revenue Impact: No Revenue Impact
Measure Analysis: Staff Measure Summary / Impact Statements
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