|Senate Counsel & Research||State of Minnesota|
|S.F. No. 1883 - Security Information and Data|
|Author:||Senator Wes Skoglund|
|Prepared by:||Kathleen Pontius, Senate Counsel (651/296-4394)|
|Date:||April 5, 2005|
Section 3 provides that a government entity may make security information accessible if it determines that the access will aid public health, promote public safety, or assist law enforcement.
Section 4 classifies certain evaluative data as protected nonpublic data until completion of a selection or evaluation process, at which time the data become public with the exception of trade secret data. Data sharing provisions are included under which a state agency may share the not public data with employees of other state agencies who are assisting in the selection or evaluation process.
Section 5 provides that certain internal competitive proposal data are nonpublic data prior to the time specified for the receipt of private sector proposals for the service, at which time the data become public.
Section 6 amends a general statute dealing with the state as a responder to a solicitation or request for goods and services to provide that the new provisions in section 13.591, subdivision 4, in section 4 of the bill apply to the classification of the data, instead of providing that the data are nonpublic.
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