HB1627 Limits the future employment of the Chief Information Officer of the Office of Administration.
Sponsor: Carter, Paula J. (61) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 3882L.01I
Last Action: 02/03/2000 - Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HB1627
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HB 1627 -- Office of Information

Sponsor:  Carter

This bill prohibits a current or any former Chief Information
Officer of the Office of Administration or a person who served
in a similar position and who has had the capacity to influence
computer-related purchases, either during the Information
Officer's employment or for a period of 2 years after leaving
the position, from receiving any gift, honoraria, meals,
lodging, travel, speaking fees, or reimbursement, or from being
employed or retained by any computer vendor, manufacturer,
supplier, wholesaler, or retailer which has contracted with the
state of Missouri.

Persons violating this prohibition are guilty of a class D
felony.  Entities that have employed or given gifts to the
Information Officer over the past 5 years must report all
expenditures to the Missouri Ethics Commission by October 1,
2000, or be excluded from the state procurement process.


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