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A name familiar to the automotive industry, especially the buy-here, pay-here segment, resurfaced this week as Rod Heasley established a consulting agency to service independent agents specializing in both prime and subprime financing.
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A report released by EarthJustice and the Sierra Club in early February 2011 stated that there are many health threats associated with a toxic cancer-causing chemical found in coal ash waste called hexavalent chromium. The report specifically cited 29 sites in 17 states where the contamination was found. The information was gathered from existing EPA data on coal ash and included locations in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Massachusetts, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virgina and Wisconsin. In North Carolina, the Dan River Steam Station in Eden, the Asheville Plant in Asheville and the Cape Fear Steam Plant in Montcure all were reported as having high levels of chromium seeping into groundwater.
CLIENT DECISIONSSECTION 22.4. New provision amending GS 147-17 to add a new subsection (d) providing that the authority of outside counsel employed by a state agency or other entity supported by the state will be allocated between the outside counsel and the client according to Rule 1.2 of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct; where more than one outside counsel is employed, the client will designate in writing which outside counsel possesses final decision-making authority on behalf of the client.
TESTING PROGRAMSECTION 7.30. New provision amends GS 115C-174.11 to direct the SBE to continue to participate in the development of the Common Core State Standards in conjunction with a consortium of other states. Requires the SBE to review all national assessments developed by both multistate consortia and to implement the assessments that the SBE deems most appropriate to assess student achievement on the Common Core Standards. Also requires the SBE to plan for and require the administration of the ACT test in 11th grade to the extent that funds are available. Provides an exemption from taking the ACT test for students who have already taken a comparable test and scored at or above a level set by the SBE. Makes a conforming change.Adds two new Parts to Article 10A of GS Chapter 115C: Part 4, Student Diagnostic Tests, and Part 5, Career Readiness. Part 4 requires the SBE to plan for and require the administration of diagnostic tests in the eighth and tenth grades that align with the ACT test, to the extent that there are funds available. Part 5 directs the SBE to plan for and require LEAs to make the appropriate Work Keys tests available for all students who complete the second level of vocational/career courses, to the extent that funds are available.Provisions in this section apply beginning with the 2011-12 school year.
STUDY BY THE LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION OF THE DUTIES AND SERVICES OF THE NORTH CAROLINA HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION OF THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGSSECTION 20.2. Authorizes the Legislative Research Commission (LRC) to study the duties and services of the North Carolina Human Relations Commission and the Civil Rights Division of the Office of Administrative Hearings to determine whether there is unnecessary overlap and duplication of services and to recommend the placement of the Commission and Division in the appropriate agencies. Requires LRC to make interim report to the 2011 General Assembly when it reconvenes in 2012 and make its final report to the 2013 General Assembly. Effective when it becomes law.
OTHER RECEIPTS FROM PENDING GRANT AWARDSSECTION 5.2.(a) Authorizes state agencies, with approval of the Governor and after consultation with the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations, to spend funds received from grants awarded subsequent to the enactment of this act.SECTION 5.2.(b) Directs the Office of State Budget and Management to work with the recipient state agencies to budget grant awards according to the annual program needs and within the parameters of the respective granting entities, as detailed. Directs the Office of State Budget and Management to consult with the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations before expending any funds received from grant awards. Funds received from such grants are hereby appropriated and shall be incorporated into the authorized budget of the recipient state agency.SECTION 5.2.(c) Prohibits any state agency from accepting a grant not anticipated in this act if acceptance of the grant would obligate the state to make future expenditures relating to the program receiving the grant or would otherwise result in a financial obligation as a consequence of accepting the grant funds.
CLARIFY CERTIFIED BUDGETSECTION 6.1.(a) States that the purpose of this section is to clarify the distinction between changes to the budget enacted by the General Assembly in this act and those made by the Director of the Budget pursuant to other authority.SECTION 6.1.(b) Provides that for the 2011 13 fiscal biennium, the certified budget for each state agency must reflect only the total appropriations enacted for each state agency by the General Assembly in this act as modified by this act; therefore, the Director of the Budget must modify the certified budget only to reflect the following actions and only to the extent that they are authorized by this act: the allocation of funds set out in reserves, and government reorganizations. Requires the Director of the Budget to set out all other budget modifications in the authorized budget.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONSSECTION 6A.2.(a) Requires the Office of Information Technology Services (OITS) to develop an annual budget for review and approval by the OSBM that must be included in the Governor's budget recommendations to the General Assembly. Provides that OSBM must ensure that state agencies have an opportunity to adjust their budgets based on any rate changes proposed by the OITS and approved by OSBM. Provides that any uses of the Internal Service Fund not specifically related to the operation of the OITS must be reported immediately.SECTION 6A.2.(b) Requires the State Chief Information Officer to consult the respective state agency chief information officer and obtain approval from the OSBM prior to the initiation of any enterprise project or contract. Provides that state agency requirements must be incorporated into any enterprise agreement signed by the State Chief Information Officer and that enterprise projects may not exceed the participating State agencies' ability to financially support the contracts.SECTION 6A.2.(c) Prohibits the State Chief Information Officer from entering into any information technology contracts without obtaining written agreements from participating state agencies regarding the apportionment of the contract cost. Establishes requirements for state agencies agreeing to participate in a contract. Requires the State Chief Information Officer to ensure that enterprise project and contract costs are allocated to participating agencies in an equitable manner.SECTION 6A.2.(d) Provides that prior to initiation, any information technology project or any segment of a multipart project costing $100,000 must be approved by the General Assembly.SECTION 6A.2.(e) Authorizes the OITS to procure information technology goods and services for up to three years where the terms of the procurement contract require payment of all, or a portion, of the contract price at the beginning of the contract agreement. Specifies conditions that must be met before payment for these agreements may be disbursed. Requires the OSBM to ensure the savings from any authorized agreement are included in the Information Technology Internal Service Fund rate calculations before the OSBM annually approves proposed rates. Any savings resulting from the agreements must be returned to agencies included in the contract in the form of reduced rates. Provides that multiyear contracts may not result in rate increases for participating agencies. Requires reporting by the Office of Information Technology Services.SECTION 6A.2.(f) Requires state agencies developing and implementing information technology projects to use the state infrastructure to host their projects, subject to an exception. Requires that projects currently hosted outside the state infrastructure be returned to state infrastructure by the end of any current contract. Requires reporting.SECTION 6A.2.(g) Requires that service level agreements developed with supported state agencies include metrics for the Office of Information Technology Services and the supported agencies. Provides for action in the event of failure to meet the metrics.SECTION 6A.2.(h) Requires the OITS to assist state agencies in identifying the least expensive source and best value for the purchase of IT goods and services and ensure that agencies receive every available discount when making purchases. Requires reporting in certain circumstances.SECTION 6A.2.(i) Requires the state CIO to ensure that bills from the OITS are easily understood and transparent. Provides that if a state agency fails to pay its IT Internal Service Fund bills within 30 days of receipt, the OSBM may transfer funds from the agency to cover the cost of the bill. 041b061a72