The office of the budget shall complete a cost-benefit analysis for each new building
construction project included in budget requests submitted by state agencies, departments,
and institutions. The analysis must review options for co-locating with other state agencies, departments,
or institutions and consider information on related technology costs and savings. The office of the budget shall obtain the assistance of the information technology
department, and that department shall review the technology costs and savings involved
in the proposed building and provide the analysis to the office of the budget. The office of the budget shall report on the cost-benefit analyses for building
projects included in the governor's budget recommendation to the legislative assembly
at the same time as the governor's budget and revenue proposals are presented.
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