Florida Senate - 2017                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. PCS (832708) for CS for SB 406
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                   Comm: WD            .                                
                  04/27/2017           .                                

       The Committee on Appropriations (Brandes) recommended the
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Between lines 928 and 929
    4  insert:
    5         (f) An MMTC may not contract with an entity to provide
    6  services authorized for or on behalf of an MMTC unless the
    7  entity holds a permit issued by the department. Entities seeking
    8  to contract with an MMTC to provide such services must apply for
    9  a permit by submitting an application, paying the required fee,
   10  and providing any other information requested by the department
   11  before entering into any contract with any MMTC in this state.
   12  The department shall develop an application form and impose an
   13  initial application and biennial renewal fee in an amount
   14  sufficient to cover the costs of administering this paragraph.
   15  The department may conduct background screenings of certain
   16  contracted employees based on the nature of the contracted
   17  services provided.
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   20  And the title is amended as follows:
   21         Delete line 100
   22  and insert:
   23         samples; prohibiting an MMTC from contracting with an
   24         entity to perform certain services unless the entity
   25         holds a permit issued by the department; requiring an
   26         entity to apply for a permit and pay an application
   27         fee before contracting with an MMTC; requiring the
   28         department to develop such application; authorizing
   29         the department to conduct background screenings of
   30         certain employees; requiring the department to adopt
   31         rules