Seven primary procurement units, subject to the authority of the Board of Public Works, have jurisdiction over State procurement as follows:
To be determined.
The General Assembly established the eleven-member Procurement Advisory Council to provide a forum for discussion of procurement issues and problems. The members consist of the State Treasurer, the Secretaries of the Board of Public Works, Governor's Office of Minority Affairs, Transportation, Budget and Management, and General Services, the Chancellor of the University System, one local government member, and two public members. The Council advises the Board of Public Works on the procurement process and makes recommendations for improving State procurements. The Council meets four times a year.
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