SB 1182: Pay-for-success Contracts
GENERAL BILL by Montford
Pay-for-success Contracts; Authorizing a state agency to enter into a pay-for-success contract with a private entity under certain conditions, subject to an appropriation and specified language in the General Appropriations Act; authorizing cancellation of the contract under specified circumstances; specifying services and programs eligible for funding under the contract; prohibiting a private entity from viewing or receiving certain information that is otherwise confidential and exempt from public records requirements, etc.
Last Action: 3/14/2020 Senate - Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Governmental Oversight and Accountability (GO)
- Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government (AEG)
- Appropriations (AP)
• Referred to Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government; Appropriations -SJ 86
• Introduced -SJ 86
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
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