Texas Laws - Government Code


(a) The comptroller shall develop training programs provided by the comptroller under this subchapter to meet the needs of state agencies. (61436)

(b) Each year a state agency shall estimate the number of employees requiring purchasing or contract management training and report the anticipated training needs of the state agency to the comptroller in the manner and form prescribed by the comptroller. (61437)

(c) On an annual basis the comptroller shall assess the number of employees requiring purchasing or contract management training and shall maintain a regular schedule of classes to accommodate that number. (61438)

(d) The comptroller may use staff or contract with private or public entities, including state agencies, to conduct the training. (61439)

(e) The comptroller may assess a fee for a training program, including continuing education and certification, in an amount sufficient to recover the costs incurred by the comptroller to provide the training program under this subchapter. (61440)

Added by Acts 2017, 85th Leg., R.S., Ch. 526 (S.B. 255), Sec. 2, eff. September 1, 2017. (61441)

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