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16A.633 CAPITAL FUNDING; MAINTAINING DATA AND REPORTING.

Subdivision 1.State agencies.

Each state agency shall provide to the commissioner of administration the data necessary for the commissioner to maintain the department's database on the location, description, and condition of state-owned facilities. The data must be provided by September 1 each year. The commissioner of administration must maintain both the current inventory data and historical data. A state agency is not eligible to receive capital funding unless the agency has provided the data required.

Subd. 2.Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.

The Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities shall establish and maintain data on the location, description, and condition of board-owned facilities that is comparable with the database established by the Department of Administration. The data must be updated annually and the board must maintain both current inventory data and historical data. The board is not eligible to receive capital funding unless the board has established and maintains the data required.

Subd. 3.University of Minnesota.

The Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota is requested to establish and maintain data on the location, description, and condition of university-owned facilities that is comparable with the database established by the Department of Administration. The university is requested to update the data annually and maintain both current inventory data and historical data. The Board of Regents is not eligible to receive capital funding unless the board has established and maintains the data required.

Subd. 4.Report on jobs created or retained.

By September 1 of each odd-numbered year, the commissioner must report to legislative committees with jurisdiction over capital investment on the jobs created or retained as a result of capital project funding by the state, whether with state general obligation bond proceeds or other state funding sources, during the previous biennium. Each state agency must provide the commissioner the information necessary, and must require its capital project grantees to provide the information necessary, for the commissioner to make the report. The report must include, but is not limited to, the following information: the number and types of jobs for each project, whether the jobs are new or retained, where the jobs are located, and pay ranges of the jobs. The Board of Regents of the University of Minnesota, the Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, and each state agency receiving an appropriation for a capital project shall collect and provide the information at the time and in the manner required by the commissioner. This subdivision does not apply to Department of Transportation state-aid projects valued less than $5,000,000.