2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 39 — Public finance
RS 39:1491 — State professional, personal, consulting, and social services procurement rules and regulations
SUBPART E. STATE PROFESSIONAL, PERSONAL,
CONSULTING, AND SOCIAL SERVICES
PROCUREMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS
§1491. State Professional, Personal, Consulting, and Social Services Procurement Rules and Regulations
A. Prior to the date upon which the provisions of this Chapter become mandatory, the office of contractual review shall publish the initial Professional, Personal, Consulting, and Social Services State Procurement Rules and Regulations. The initial rules and regulations may be promulgated on an interim basis; however, final rules and regulations shall be issued and adopted pursuant to the provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act within two hundred seventy days after promulgation of the initial rules and regulations.
B. All additions, deletions, or other modifications of the final Professional, Personal, Consulting, and Social Services Procurement Rules and Regulations issued pursuant to Subsection A hereof shall be issued by the office of contractual review in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act.
C. The Office of Contractual Review is hereby authorized to issue internal rules and procedures for the preparation of the regulatory material contemplated herein and for conducting the internal affairs of the Office of Contractual Review.
D. A rule or regulation shall not change any contract commitment, right, or obligation of the state or of a contractor under a state contract in existence on the effective date of that rule or regulation.
E. No provision of a rule or regulation promulgated as authorized herein shall be considered to be incorporated by operation of law into any state contract in effect at the time of the adoption of any rule or regulation without the consent of both parties to the contract to such incorporation; however, the parties to the contract may give such consent to incorporation by reference at any time after the contract has been entered into and without the necessity of consideration passing to either party.
Added by Acts 1978, No. 772, §1. Acts 1985, No. 673, §1.
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