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File #: 12-246    Version: 1 Name: Ch 32 Proc Dir Report
Type: Ordinance Status: Published
File created: 2/16/2012 In control: Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors
On agenda: Final action: 4/24/2012
Title: From the Director, Department of Administrative Services, requesting authorization to amend various sections of Chapter 32 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances as it pertains to the position of Procurement Director created in the 2012 Adopted Budget and its oversight of the Procurement Division. (Referred to the Committees on Finance and Audit and Personnel.)
Attachments: 1. REPORT, 2. RESOLUTION/ORDINANCE, 3. FISCAL NOTE, 4. CB Resolution, 5. Audio F&A 03/08/12, 6. Audio PER 03/09/12, 7. File No. 12-246 Ordinance Publication.pdf, 8. File No. 12-246 Engrossed.pdf
Title
From the Director, Department of Administrative Services, requesting authorization to amend various sections of Chapter 32 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances as it pertains to the position of Procurement Director created in the 2012 Adopted Budget and its oversight of the Procurement Division.  (Referred to the Committees on Finance and Audit and Personnel.)
 
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Background
Chapter 32 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances contains various provisions that relate to procurement functions.  The 2012 Adopted Budget expanded the Procurement Division to include the areas of commodities, services and contracts and created the position of Procurement Director to oversee these functions.  
 
Recommendation   
The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is recommending approval of the proposed amendments to various sections of Chapter 32 of the Milwaukee County Code of General Ordinances to reflect actions included in the 2012 Adopted Budget related to creation of a Procurement Director responsible for oversight of the Procurement Division.
The required resolution effectuating the ordinance changes as well as the fiscal note are attached for your consideration and referral to the appropriate standing committee of the County Board of Supervisors.