Bill Summary for H 602 (2021)

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Jun 22 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021
House Bill 602 (Public) Filed Monday, April 19, 2021
AN ACT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE LAWS GOVERNING THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA TO EXEMPT FINANCE, BUSINESS OFFICE, AND AUDITOR PROFESSIONALS FROM MOST PROVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA HUMAN RESOURCES ACT; TO CONSOLIDATE AND ELIMINATE CERTAIN REPORTS; TO CODIFY CAPITAL PROJECT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; AND TO PROVIDE THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA FLEXIBILITY TO ADDRESS BUDGETARY AND OTHER IMPACTS OF COVID-19 THROUGH EARLY RETIREMENT INCENTIVES, REDUCTION IN FORCE APPROVAL AUTHORITY, AND AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE STATE HEALTH PLAN PREMIUM PAYMENTS FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES PLACED ON EMERGENCY TEMPORARY FURLOUGHS.
Intro. by Hardister, Pickett, Arp, K. Smith.

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Senate amendment adds the following to the 4th edition.

Deletes the proposed repeal of Section 10(d) of SL 2011-185, which requires that UNC report annually on research collaborations addressing the behavioral health problems and challenges facing military personnel, veterans, and their families. Instead, amends statutory law, GS 127B-20. Repeals subsection (d), which requires that the UNC System Office report annually on research collaborations addressing the behavioral health problems and challenges facing military personnel, veterans, and their families.

Eliminates the proposed changes to Section 1.2 of SL 2010-148 that no longer required UNC and its constituent institutions to annually report its projects let without a performance or payment bond and their defaults to the specified NCGA committee. Instead, amends statutory law, GS 143-129, to no longer require UNC and its constituent institutions to annually report its projects let without a performance or payment bond and their defaults to the specified NCGA committee.

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