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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Bill Would Require Posting or Publishing of Vendor Information

Yesterday, we reported on a bill that, if passed, would require public bodies to post a list of government employees, consultants, and contractors who are paid $1,000 or more in a year. A companion bill was introduced on the same day that would also require public bodies to post on their websites a list of all entities who are paid more than $3,000 for products or services in a year, and that information would have to be updated monthly. If the public body has no website, then the vendor information would have to be published monthly in the local newspaper. The bill, if passed, would apply to home rule units as well. SB 3797


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