SB 335, as introduced, Yee. Governor’s Budget: services contracts.
Existing law requires the Governor to submit to the Legislature, within the first 10 days of each calendar year, a budget for the ensuing fiscal year containing itemized statements for recommended state expenditures and estimated state revenues. The budget must include a statement of accounts payable and a statement of cashflow for the previous fiscal year, as well as estimates of accounts payable and cashflow for the current fiscal year and the succeeding fiscal year.
This bill would require the Governor to submit with the Governor’s Budget a report that contains specified information regarding current and proposed contracts for services in the amount of $5,001 or more.
Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: yes. State-mandated local program: no.
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
Section 12025 is added to the Government Code,
(a) The Governor shall submit to the Legislature with
4the Governor’s Budget a report that contains the following
5information regarding current and proposed contracts for services
6in the amount of five thousand one dollars ($5,001) or more:
P2 1(1) A description of the contract and the services being
3(2) The name of the agency contracting for the services.
4(3) The name of the contractor and any subcontractors.
5(4) The effective date and expiration date of the contract.
6(5) The annual
amounts paid under the contract, by funding
7source, to the contractor in past fiscal years and in the current fiscal
9(6) The annual amount, by funding source, proposed to be paid
10to the contractor under the Governor’s Budget.
11(7) The amount, by funding source, projected to be paid to the
12contractor in the fiscal years covered by the contract beyond the
13fiscal year addressed in the Governor’s Budget.
14(8) The total projected cost of the contract, by funding source,
15for all fiscal years during which the contract will be in effect.
16(9) Whether the contract was a sole source procurement.
17(b) The information required by subdivision (a) shall be
18presented in the report by agency or comparable budget category.
19(c) The report shall provide the total cost of contracting for
20services for each fund and agency or comparable budget category.
21(d) The information required by this section shall be made
22available to the public by posting it on the State of California
23Internet Web site in a format that allows for searching and sorting
24by the categories listed in subdivision (a).