SPB 7172: Privatization of Correctional Facilities
PROPOSED BILL by Rules
Privatization of Correctional Facilities; Requiring that the Department of Corrections privatize the management and operation of certain correctional facilities and assigned correctional units; requiring that the department determine the costs incurred for the 2010-2011 fiscal year for each correctional facility and assigned correctional unit according to a specified formula; limiting the costs to be incurred by the state in the second or subsequent contract years; repealing provisions relating to the adoption of rules by the Department of Corrections regarding contractual arrangements and standards for the operation of correctional facilities by private vendors, etc.
Last Action: 1/18/2012 Senate - Submit as committee bill by Rules (SB 2038)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Submitted for consideration by Rules
• On Committee agenda-- Rules, 01/18/12, 1:15 pm, 110 Senate Office Building --Submitted as Committee Bill
• Submit as committee bill by Rules (SB 2038)
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