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Title : Title 05. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Chapter : Chapter 156. DEPARTMENT CONTRACTS AND APPEAL OF DECISIONS (HEADING. PL 1983, c. 188 (new))
Title 5 - §1831. Rules

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 4: FINANCE
Chapter 156: DEPARTMENT CONTRACTS AND APPEAL OF DECISIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 188 (new))

§1831. Rules

1. Adoption of rules. Every department or agency of State Government, subject to chapters 141 to 152, purchasing services or awarding grants or contracts which are not subject to the authority of the Department of Administration, as defined in chapters 153 and 155, shall establish a procedure by which these services are purchased or by which grants or contracts are awarded. This procedure must be adopted in accordance with the Maine Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 375 no later than January 1, 1991 and must be approved by the State Purchasing Agent prior to their adoption. The State Purchasing Agent shall ensure that the rules adopted under this section meet the standards of public notice, administrative review, and rights to appeal as set forth in chapter 155, subchapter I-A. Any department or agency of State Government that does not adopt rules under this section by January 1, 1991, is subject to rules adopted by the State Purchasing Agent under chapter 155, subchapter I-A.



A. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]




B. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]




C. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]




D. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]




E. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]




F. [1989, c. 785, §3 (rp).]

[1989, c. 785, §3 (amd).]


2. Limitation. This section does not apply to purchase of supplies, services, materials and equipment or to public improvements, as described under chapters 153 and 155. This section does not apply to construction, improvement or repair of any and all ways, roads or bridges with appurtenances or other public improvements which by law are under the supervision of the Department of Transportation in accordance with section 1741. [1989, c. 165, §2 (amd).]


3. Application. The procedure adopted by a department or agency in this section may be used by the department or agency for any qualifying purchase or award of a contract or grant. Nothing in this section may be construed to require the adoption of new procedures for every new purchase, contract or award. Nothing in this section may be construed to require the State Purchasing Agent or the Department of Administration to approve any contract, grant or award that is not presently approved by the State Purchasing Agent or the Department of Administration under chapters 153 and 155. [1985, c. 785, Pt. A, § 76 (amd).]


Section History:
PL 1983,
Ch. 188,
§ (NEW).
PL 1985,
Ch. 785,
§A76 (AMD).
PL 1989,
Ch. 165,
§2 (AMD).
PL 1989,
Ch. 785,
§3 (AMD).
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Augusta, Maine 04333-0007 Title 5 - §1832. Contracts with day care facilities (REPEALED)

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 4: FINANCE
Chapter 156: DEPARTMENT CONTRACTS AND APPEAL OF DECISIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 188 (new))

§1832. Contracts with day care facilities (REPEALED)



Section History:
PL 1985,
Ch. 380,
§1 (NEW).
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State House Room 108
Augusta, Maine 04333-0007 Title 5 - §1833. Workers' Compensation Management Fund

Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES
Part 4: FINANCE
Chapter 156: DEPARTMENT CONTRACTS AND APPEAL OF DECISIONS (HEADING: PL 1983, c. 188 (new))

§1833. Workers' Compensation Management Fund

The Workers' Compensation Management Fund is established to provide for any expenses related to the resolution of workers' compensation claims including: records and information management; investigation; medical review; representation; rehabilitation; payment of compensation; appropriate medical expenses and other payments required by the Workers' Compensation Board; the settlement of cases; and other necessary expenses. [1991, c. 885, Pt. D, §2 (amd).] div>
The fund must be an internal service fund and be under the control of the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services and the supervision of the Bureau of Human Resources. The fund must be a continuing fund and may not lapse. The treasurer shall credit interest earned to the fund. [1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §72 (amd).]

1. Capitalization; premiums. The fund shall be capitalized by legislative appropriations, payment from state departments and agencies and by other appropriate means. All state departments and agencies shall make premium payments to the fund at the beginning of each quarter based on charges to user departments. Premiums charged to user departments shall be based on an analysis of the loss experience of each department, the reserve requirements related to departmental loss experience and the recovery of expenses as authorized in this section as related to each user department. Each department shall allocate the premium charge based on an analysis of the loss experience of each account or subdivision of account within the department. Premiums charged shall be sufficient to ensure the continuation of the fund and shall be set by the commissioner. Funds received from the reserve fund for self-insured retention losses under section 1731 shall be repaid to that reserve fund through premiums charged except that, on the request of the commissioner, the Governor may waive repayment to the reserve fund when warranted and necessary. [1989, c. 501, Pt. P, §16 (new).]


2. Transitional clause. The Workers' Compensation Management Fund is effective July 1, 1989, to assist departments and agencies as approved by the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services. Central payment of workers' compensation management expenses do not take effect until October 2, 1989. Initial quarterly premium payments are due to the fund on September 15, 1989. By December 1, 1989, the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial Services shall inform the State Budget Officer and any affected department or agency of the probability of increased premium charges for the remainder of the biennium. Thereafter, the commissioner shall provide notice of premium charges to the State Budget Officer and departments and agencies so that the charges may be incorporated in the normal budgetary process. Agencies that do not have sufficient funding to pay the required premium charges shall request funds from the Second Regular Session of the 114th Legislature. [1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §73 (amd).]


Section History:
PL 1989,
Ch. 501,
§P16 (NEW).
PL 1991,
Ch. 780,
§Y72,73 (AMD).
PL 1991,
Ch. 885,
§D2 (AMD).
The Revisor's Office cannot provide legal advice or interpretation of Maine law to the public. If you need legal advice, please consult a qualified attorney.
Office of the Revisor of Statutes
7 State House Station
State House Room 108
Augusta, Maine 04333-0007

USA Statutes : maine