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HB 78, 72nd 1st C.S.
Relating to abolishing the State Purchasing and General Services Commission and creating the General Services Department; to transferring responsibility for architectural barrier programs from the commission to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; to transferring responsibility for the personal property accounting system from the commission to the comptroller; to transferring responsibility for telecommunications services from the commission to the Department of Information Resources; to travel regulations for state government; to establishing a Texas Office of Personnel Services; and to the state's acquisition and use of property and services.
Last action: House adopts conf. comm. report-reported
Author: Bruce Gibson
Sponsor: Gonzalo Barrientos
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Senate Committee Report (Senate Research Center)
Bruce Gibson (Chair) |
Anita Hill |
Robert Junell |
James Laney |
Nicolas Perez |
Gonzalo Barrientos (Chair) |
Bill Haley |
Eddie Johnson |
Bill Sims |
Frank Tejeda |
LICENSING AND REGULATION, DEPT. OF
STATE PURCHASING & GENERAL SERVICES COMMISSION
House Committee: Government Organization (Layton Black, Bernard Erickson, Charles Finnell, Will Hartnett, Anita Hill, Elliott Naishtat, Nolan Robnett, John Smithee, Mark Stiles)
July 19 1991
Senate Committee: Administration (Bill Haley, Gonzalo Barrientos, Chet Brooks, Temple Dickson, Bob Glasgow, Gene Green, Ted Lyon, John Montford, Carl Parker, Bill Sims, John Whitmire)
July 24 1991
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