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41-2559. Public-private partnership contracts

A. The director may enter into public-private partnership contracts to finance the technology needs of the purchasing agency. The funding for services under a public-private partnership contract entered into pursuant to this section shall be contingent on and computed according to established performance standards and shall be attributable to the successful implementation of the technology program for the period specified in the contract. The director may issue requests for information and requests for proposals to solicit private partners that are interested in providing programs under a contract entered into pursuant to this section.

B. Each request for proposals issued pursuant to this section shall require each private partner to propose specific performance improvements and measurement approaches to be used to measure the value delivered by the vendor technology solution. The director shall include an assessment of the proposed value of the vendor technology solution in its evaluation criteria to select the best value solution for the purchasing agency.

C. A contract entered into between the director and an automated systems vendor shall provide for payment of fees on a contractually specific amount based on the achievement of measured performance improvements that are mutually agreed to by the contractor and the director and monies for payment of these fees are not subject to legislative appropriation. The following are subject to review and approval by the director:

1. The terms of contracts entered into pursuant to this section relating to the measurement of the performance improvement attributable to the vendor technology program.

2. Payment of fees based on the achievement of the established performance measures.

D. Before a public-private partnership contract is awarded pursuant to this section, the joint legislative budget committee staff shall be consulted with regard to the potential fiscal impact of the contract to the state. If the joint legislative budget committee staff finds a significant negative fiscal impact to the state, the staff shall report its findings to the joint legislative budget committee.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2559

41-2559. Public-private partnership contracts

A. The director may enter into public-private partnership contracts to finance the technology needs of the purchasing agency. The funding for services under a public-private partnership contract entered into pursuant to this section shall be contingent on and computed according to established performance standards and shall be attributable to the successful implementation of the technology program for the period specified in the contract. The director may issue requests for information and requests for proposals to solicit private partners that are interested in providing programs under a contract entered into pursuant to this section.

B. Each request for proposals issued pursuant to this section shall require each private partner to propose specific performance improvements and measurement approaches to be used to measure the value delivered by the vendor technology solution. The director shall include an assessment of the proposed value of the vendor technology solution in its evaluation criteria to select the best value solution for the purchasing agency.

C. A contract entered into between the director and an automated systems vendor shall provide for payment of fees on a contractually specific amount based on the achievement of measured performance improvements that are mutually agreed to by the contractor and the director and monies for payment of these fees are not subject to legislative appropriation. The following are subject to review and approval by the director:

1. The terms of contracts entered into pursuant to this section relating to the measurement of the performance improvement attributable to the vendor technology program.

2. Payment of fees based on the achievement of the established performance measures.

D. Before a public-private partnership contract is awarded pursuant to this section, the joint legislative budget committee staff shall be consulted with regard to the potential fiscal impact of the contract to the state. If the joint legislative budget committee staff finds a significant negative fiscal impact to the state, the staff shall report its findings to the joint legislative budget committee.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2559

41-2559. Public-private partnership contracts

A. The director may enter into public-private partnership contracts to finance the technology needs of the purchasing agency. The funding for services under a public-private partnership contract entered into pursuant to this section shall be contingent on and computed according to established performance standards and shall be attributable to the successful implementation of the technology program for the period specified in the contract. The director may issue requests for information and requests for proposals to solicit private partners that are interested in providing programs under a contract entered into pursuant to this section.

B. Each request for proposals issued pursuant to this section shall require each private partner to propose specific performance improvements and measurement approaches to be used to measure the value delivered by the vendor technology solution. The director shall include an assessment of the proposed value of the vendor technology solution in its evaluation criteria to select the best value solution for the purchasing agency.

C. A contract entered into between the director and an automated systems vendor shall provide for payment of fees on a contractually specific amount based on the achievement of measured performance improvements that are mutually agreed to by the contractor and the director and monies for payment of these fees are not subject to legislative appropriation. The following are subject to review and approval by the director:

1. The terms of contracts entered into pursuant to this section relating to the measurement of the performance improvement attributable to the vendor technology program.

2. Payment of fees based on the achievement of the established performance measures.

D. Before a public-private partnership contract is awarded pursuant to this section, the joint legislative budget committee staff shall be consulted with regard to the potential fiscal impact of the contract to the state. If the joint legislative budget committee staff finds a significant negative fiscal impact to the state, the staff shall report its findings to the joint legislative budget committee.

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