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Senate president introduces bills as a result of failed UH concert

February 7, 2013
The Maui Weekly

Senate President Donna Mercado Kim has proposed six bills in her legislative package that directly impact the University of Hawai'i. The bills are based on findings and recommendations from the Senate Special Committee on Accountability's informational briefings to review the oversight, accountability and transparency of the operational and financial management of the UH system. Sen. Kim chaired the special committee in September and October 2012. The proposed bills range in topics from procurement for construction projects, to revising the number of University General Counsels, having the Board of Regents undergo annual training on board policies and procedures, requiring the Board of Regents to file annual disclosures of financial interest which would become public record, clarifying how the members of the Board of Regents are selected by the governor, and revising the makeup of the Board of the Research Corporation of the University of Hawai'i (RCUH).



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