SB 1446: Pay-for-success Contracts
GENERAL BILL by Rouson
Pay-for-success Contracts; Authorizing a state agency to negotiate and enter into a pay-for-success contract with a private entity, subject to authorization in the General Appropriations Act; requiring a contracted private entity to annually report to the appropriate state agency for the length of the contract; authorizing the Department of Health to implement the Nurse-Family Partnership pay-for-success program, etc. APPROPRIATION: $850,000.00
Last Action: 5/5/2017 Senate - Died in Appropriations
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• Referred to Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Health Policy; Appropriations; Rules -SJ 195
• Introduced -SJ 195
• On Committee agenda-- Governmental Oversight and Accountability, 03/22/17, 1:30 pm, 401 Senate Office Building
• Favorable by Governmental Oversight and Accountability; YEAS 6 NAYS 0 -SJ 243
• Now in Health Policy -SJ 243
• On Committee agenda-- Health Policy, 04/03/17, 4:00 pm, 412 Knott Building
• Favorable by Health Policy; YEAS 6 NAYS 1 -SJ 291
• Now in Appropriations -SJ 291
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Appropriations
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