SB 1534: Government Integrity
GENERAL BILL by Mayfield
Government Integrity; Requiring the Chief Inspector General and each agency inspector general, respectively, to determine within a specified timeframe whether reasonable cause exists to believe that fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, or misconduct in government has occurred; authorizing the Department of Management Services to adopt certain rules relating to individuals or groups of employees who initiate a complaint under the Whistle-blower’s Act; requiring certain ethics training for governing board members of special districts and water management districts; prohibiting statewide elected officers and legislators from soliciting employment offers or investment advice arising out of official or political activities, etc.
Last Action: 3/10/2018 Senate - Died in Ethics and Elections, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/HB 1279 (Ch. 2018-5)
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• Referred to Ethics and Elections; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Rules -SJ 175
• Introduced -SJ 175
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Ethics and Elections, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/HB 1279 (Ch. 2018-5)
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