HB 137 Modifies provisions relating to competitive bidding
Sponsor: Silvey
LR Number: 0724S.03T Fiscal Notes
Committee: Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight
Last Action: 7/14/2015 - Governor took no action, sent to Secretary of State/Article III, Sec. 31 Journal Page:
Title: SS HCS HB 137 Calendar Position:
Effective Date: Emergency Clause
House Handler: McCaherty

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SS/HCS/HB 137 - This act requires the Director of Revenue to follow the bidding procedures contained in current law relating to purchases made on competitive bids. The Director is further permitted to promulgate rules necessary to establish such procedures. Points shall not be awarded to a bidder on a request for proposal for a contract license office for a return-to-the-state provision offer.

This provision is identical to a provision in HCS/SB 389 (2015).

The act further requires the Director of Revenue to give special consideration to tax-exempt organizations and entities that reinvest seventy-five percent of the net proceeds of the fees collected in charitable organizations in Missouri when awarding fee office contracts.

This provision is identical to a provision in HCS/SB 389 (2015).

Leases, agreements, contracts, or subleases, including drafts and unexecuted versions of such documents, for space, usage, or services in any convention center or related facilities owned or operated by a Regional Convention and Visitors Commission, shall not be considered a public record when in the reasonable judgment of the Commission such disclosure may endanger the competitiveness of the business, the prospects of the Commission, or provide an unfair advantage to its competitors. This provision does not apply to leases, agreements, contracts, or subleases involving a professional sports franchise.

This provision is identical to a provision in HCS/SB 389 (2015), HCS/SB 148 (2015), HCS/SCS/SB 245 (2015), and HCS/SB 364 (2015).

This act contains an emergency clause.

SCOTT SVAGERA