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Bill Detail: SB22-130

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Title State Entity Authority For Public-private Partnerships
Status Governor Signed (05/26/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Capital Construction
  • State Government
House Sponsors J. McCluskie (D)
Senate Sponsors B. Rankin (R)
C. Hansen (D)
House Committee Business Affairs and Labor
Senate Committee Business, Labor and Technology
Date Introduced 02/09/2022

The bill authorizes a state public entity to enter into an agreement
with a private partner to form a public-private partnership to develop or
operate a public project. State public entity includes the executive,
legislative, and judicial branches of state government, but excludes the
department of transportation and any institution of higher education. The
bill does not impact the authority of the department of transportation or

any institution of higher education to enter into a public-private
partnership or similar agreement as otherwise authorized by law.
The bill specifies the project delivery methods or agreements that
a state public entity may use to develop or operate a public project and
that the financing of a public project may be in the amounts and upon the
terms and conditions determined by the parties to the agreement. The
private partner and state public entity may use any money that may be
available for the public project and may enter into specified financing
The executive director of the department of personnel or the
executive director's designee (executive director) is required to oversee
any public-private partnership undertaken pursuant to the bill by a state
public entity that is in the executive branch of state government. The
executive director is also required to ensure that each public-private
partnership undertaken by a state public entity that is in the executive
branch of state government is in the best interest of the taxpayers of the

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