HB 585: Pay-for-success Contracts
GENERAL BILL by Ausley ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Geller
Pay-for-success Contracts; Authorizes state agency to enter into pay-for-success contract with private entity under certain conditions, subject to appropriation & specified language in GAA; authorizes carryforward of specified unexpended appropriations; provides contract requirements; authorizes cancellation of contract; specifies services & programs that may be eligible for funding under contract; prohibits private entity from viewing or receiving personal client information that is otherwise confidential & exempt from public records law; requires agency to provide annual report to legislative appropriations committees by specified date; requires DMS to prescribe certain procedures by specified date.
Last Action: 3/14/2020 House - Died in Oversight, Transparency and Public Management Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Oversight, Transparency and Public Management Subcommittee; Appropriations Committee; State Affairs Committee -HJ 48
• Introduced -HJ 48
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Oversight, Transparency and Public Management Subcommittee
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