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Bill Detail: HB21-1126

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Title State Architect Authority Execute Certain Leases
Status Introduced In House - Assigned to Finance (02/19/2021)
Bill Subjects
  • Capital Construction
  • State Government
House Sponsors E. Hooton (D)
J. Rich (R)
Senate Sponsors J. Sonnenberg (R)
T. Story (D)
House Committee Finance
Senate Committee
Date Introduced 02/19/2021
Summary

Capital Development Committee. House Bill 14-1387, enacted
in 2014, inadvertently removed, through the use of the definition of real
property, the authority of the department of personnel (department) to
negotiate and execute leases for state use of privately owned property,
including land, office space, buildings, and special use interests. This

eliminated a decades-old policy for the department to serve as the central
authority to assist state agencies and state institutions of higher education
to lease needed office space and other property interests. The department
has been operating under custom and practice to keep negotiating and
executing such leases since House Bill 14-1387 was enacted.
The bill officially reinstates this authority to the office of the state
architect in the department, which houses the real estate program. The
real estate program is the program responsible for centralized leasing.

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