Contracting Selected State Government Functions: Legislation and Implementation, PRP 81
LBJ School of Public Affairs
This report on Contracting Selected State Government Functions: Legislation and Implementation was produced by a policy research project conducted by the LBJ School of Public Affairs in the academic year 1986-87 with funding from the Texas Commission on Economy and Efficiency in State Government. It is a follow-up report to a policy research project completed last year under the direction of the same professor entitled Contracting Selected State Government Functions: Issues and Next Steps. This current report examines the experiences of other governmental jurisdictions in identifying and reviewing activities and services now delivered by government that might be delivered by the private sector. In addition, this report offers draft legislation for and proposes that Texas adopt a competitive review purchasing program.