The clerk of the senate and the clerk of the house of representatives are custodians
of the documents in possession of the senate or house of representatives, and are
responsible for the printing of a document when its printing becomes necessary in
the course of the proceedings or operations of the clerk's respective house. The clerk shall discharge this responsibility for printing, whether for a particular
document or for a particular class of documents, by printing the document internally
in the clerk's office, by contracting with a private printer outside the clerk's office,
by participating in the public printing services provided by the department of administrative
services, or by requesting the director of administrative services to let a contract
for the printing. In choosing among these methods of printing a document or class of documents, the
clerk shall not select a method unless it reasonably appears under the circumstances
that the method will enable the clerk successfully and efficiently to discharge the
clerk's responsibility for printing the document or class of documents.
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