16.84 (14) Provide interagency mail delivery service for agencies, as defined in s. 16.70 (1). The department may charge agencies for this service. Any moneys collected shall be credited to the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (1) (kd).
16.845 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.845 (1) Rule; penalty. Except as elsewhere expressly prohibited, the managing authority of any facility owned by the state or by the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority may permit its use for free discussion of public questions, or for civic, social, recreational or athletic activities. No such use shall be permitted if it would unduly burden the managing authority or interfere with the prime use of such facility. The applicant for use shall be liable to the state or to the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority for any injury done to its property, for any expense arising out of any such use and for such sum as the managing authority may charge for such use. All such sums are to payable to the state shall be paid into the general fund and to be credited to the appropriation account for the operation of the facility used. The managing authority may permit such use notwithstanding the fact that a reasonable admission fee may be charged to the public. Whoever does or attempts to do an act for which a permit is required under this section without first obtaining the permit may be fined not more than $100 or imprisoned not more than 30 days or both. This section subsection applies only to those buildings, facilities and grounds for which a procedure for obtaining a permit has been established by the managing authority.
16.846 of the statutes is created to read:
16.846 Fine arts in state buildings program. (1) Definitions. In this section:
(a) “State building" has the meaning given in s. 44.51 (2).
(b) “Work of art" has the meaning given in s. 44.51 (3).
(2) Minimum expenditure required. (a) Except as provided in par. (b), at least 0.2% of the appropriation for the construction, reconstruction, renovation or remodeling of or addition to a state building, including but not limited to amounts appropriated for design and supervision, site preparation, equipment and administrative and personnel costs, shall be utilized to acquire one or more works of art to be incorporated into the structure for which the appropriation was made, or displayed inside or on the grounds of that structure and to fund all administrative costs that the board incurs in acquiring one or more works of art.
(b) If the state building to which this section applies is located contiguous to other state buildings, the advisory committee acting under sub. (3) may apply the funds set aside under par. (a) to the acquisition, including all associated administrative costs, of one or more works of art to be incorporated into one of the other contiguous buildings or to be displayed on the grounds of one or more of the contiguous state buildings.
(3) Advisory committee. (a) After selection of the architect for any project subject to this section, the department shall convene an advisory committee for the purpose of reviewing and recommending works of art to be incorporated into the structure.
(b) The advisory committee shall consist of at least 5 members appointed by the secretary, including:
1. At least 2 persons who are artists, art educators, art administrators, museum directors or curators, art critics or art collectors.
2. At least 2 persons who are project managers, architects, users of the building or members of the building commission.
(4) Contracts with artists. (a) After review of the recommendations of the advisory committee convened under sub. (3), the department shall make the final selection of the artist and the work of art to be incorporated into the project. The department shall ensure that the aggregate of works of art selected under this section represent a wide variety of art forms executed by the broadest feasible diversity of artists, except that the department shall give preference to artists who are residents of this state.
(b) 1. The department shall enter into one or more contracts to procure the work of art selected for the project. Except as provided in subd. 2., the contracts shall provide for sole ownership of the works of art acquired under this section in the state of Wisconsin.
2. If the work of art to be acquired is an existing work of art and is no longer subject to the control of the artist originating the work of art, the contract shall provide sole ownership in the state of Wisconsin, subject to the existing obligations, if any, of the owner to the originating artist. If the work of art selected is a work of art which is owned by the artist originating the work of art or if the
work of art has not been executed on the date of the contract, the contract shall provide for sole ownership in the state of Wisconsin, subject to the following rights retained by the artist unless limited by written agreement between the department and the artist:
a. The right to claim authorship of the work of art.
b. The right to reproduce the work of art, including all rights secured to the artist under federal copyrights laws.
(5) Department responsibilities. After acquisition of the work of art under sub. (4), the department shall:
(a) Ensure proper execution of the work of art, if the work of art is a new work of art.
(b) Ensure that the work of art acquired under this section is properly installed within the public view.
(c) Consult with the artist or the artist's representative to ensure that each work of art acquired under this section is properly maintained and is not artistically altered without the consent of the artist or the artist's representative.
(d) Ensure that any work of art acquired under this section is maintained and displayed on the grounds of the state building for at least 25 years, unless the department finds that earlier removal is in the public interest. When the department, in consultation with the agency making principal use of the building to which the work of art is appurtenant, determines that the work of art should be removed, the department shall loan the work of art to an accredited museum in the state or to an educational or other appropriate public institution capable of maintaining and exhibiting the work of art.
(6) Applicability. (a) This section does not apply to any of the following:
1. Any contract for the construction, reconstruction, renovation or remodeling of or addition to any state building if the total construction cost of the project is $250,000 or less.
2. Sheds, warehouses, highways or streets, or other buildings or spaces which are not open for entry by the general public in the normal use of the building or space.
3. Game farms, fish hatcheries, nurseries and other production facilities operated by the department of natural resources.
(b) This section does not apply if the joint committee on finance has approved the funding report of the arts board under 1995 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), section 9105 (3g) (a).
16.847 (4) (h) of the statutes is repealed.
16.848 of the statutes is created to read:
16.848 Energy savings performance contracting. (1) Definitions. In this section:
(a) “Agency" has the meaning given in s. 16.70 (1).
(b) “Energy conservation measure" means a facility alteration or training, service or operations program designed to reduce energy consumption or operating costs or ensure state or local building code compliance.
(c) “Performance contract" means a contract for the evaluation and recommendation of energy conservation and facility improvement measures, and for the implementation of one or more such measures.
(d) “Qualified provider" means a person who is experienced in the design, implementation and installation of energy conservation and facility improvement measures and who has the ability to provide labor and material payment and performance bonds equal to the maximum amount of any payments due under a performance contract entered into by the person.
(2) Authorization; report. (a) Any agency may, in accordance with this section, enter into a performance contract under subch. IV with a qualified provider to reduce energy or operating costs, ensure state or local building code compliance or enhance the protection of property of the agency.
(b) Prior to entering into a performance contract for the implementation of any energy conservation or facility improvement measure, an agency shall obtain a report from a qualified provider containing recommendations concerning the amount the agency should spend on energy conservation and facility improvement measures The report shall contain estimates of all costs of installation, modifications, or remodeling, including costs of design, engineering, maintenance, repairs and financing. In addition, the report shall contain a guarantee specifying a minimum amount by which energy or operating costs of the agency will be reduced, if the installation, modification or remodeling is performed by that qualified provider.
(c) If, after review of the report under par. (b), the agency finds that the amount it would spend on the energy conservation and facility improvement measures recommended in the report is not likely to exceed the amount to be saved in energy and operation costs over the remaining useful life of the facility to which the measures apply, the agency may enter into the contract.
(d) Any performance contract for construction work is subject to approval under subch. V and ss. 13.48 (10) and 20.924 (1).
(3) Notice. Before entering into a performance contract under this section, an agency shall publish a class 1 notice of its intent to award the performance contract, the names of the parties to the proposed performance contract, and a description of the energy conservation and facility improvement measures included in the performance contract.
(4) Instalment payment and lease-purchase agreements. An agency may enter into an instalment payment contract or lease-purchase agreement for the purchase and installation of energy conservation or facility improvement measures.
(5) Payment schedule; savings. Each performance contract shall provide that all payments, except obligations on termination of the contract before its expiration, shall be made over time as energy savings are achieved. Energy savings shall be guaranteed by the qualified provider for the entire term of the performance contract.
(6) Terms of contracts. A performance contract may extend beyond the fiscal year in which it becomes effective, subject to appropriation of moneys, if required by law, for costs incurred in future fiscal years.
(7) Allocation of obligations. Subject to appropriations as provided in sub. (6), each agency shall allocate sufficient moneys from its appropriations for each fiscal year to make payment of any amounts payable by the agency under performance contracts during that fiscal year.
(8) Bonds. Each qualified provider under a performance contract shall provide labor and material payment and performance bonds in an amount equivalent to the maximum amount of any payments due under the contract.
(9) Use of moneys. Unless otherwise provided by law, if an agency receives appropriations designated for operating and capital expenditures, the agency may use moneys designated for operating or capital expenditures to make payments under any performance contract, including instalment payments or payments under lease-purchase agreements.
(10) Monitoring; reports. During the entire term of each performance contract, the qualified provider entering into the contract shall monitor the reductions in energy consumption and cost savings attributable to the energy conservation and facility improvement measures installed under the contract, and shall periodically prepare and provide a report to the agency entering into the contract documenting the reductions in energy consumption and cost savings to the agency.
(11) Energy conservation measures. Energy conservation measures under this section may include the following:
(a) Insulation of a building structure or systems within a building.
(b) Storm windows or doors, caulking or weather stripping, multiglazed windows or doors, heat-absorbing or heat-reflective glazed and coated window or door systems, additional glazing, reductions in glass area, or other window and door system modifications that reduce energy consumption.
(c) Automated or computerized energy control and facility management systems or computerized maintenance management systems.
(d) Heating, ventilating or air conditioning system modifications or replacements.
(e) Replacement or modification of lighting fixtures to increase the energy efficiency of the lighting system without increasing the overall illumination of a facility, unless an increase in illumination is necessary to conform to the applicable state or local building code for the lighting system after the proposed modifications are made.
(f) Energy recovery systems.
(g) Utility management systems and services.
(h) Cogeneration systems that produce steam or forms of energy such as heat, as well as electricity, for use primarily within a building or complex of buildings.
(i) Lifesafety systems.
(j) Any other facility improvement measure that is designed to provide long-term energy or operating cost reductions or compliance with state or local building codes.
16.85 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.85 (1) To take charge of and supervise all engineering or architectural services or construction work as defined in s. 16.87 performed by, or for, the state, or any department, board, institution, commission or officer thereof, including nonprofit-sharing corporations organized for the purpose of assisting the state in the construction and acquisition of new buildings or improvements and additions to existing buildings as contemplated under ss. 13.488, 36.09 and 36.11, except the engineering, architectural and construction work of the department of transportation, the engineering service performed by the department of industry, labor and human relations
development, department of revenue, public service commission, department of health and social services and other departments, boards and commissions when the service is not related to the maintenance, construction and planning of the physical properties of the state, and energy efficiency projects of the energy efficiency program under s. 16.847. The department shall not authorize construction work for any state office facility in the city of Madison after May 11, 1990, unless the department first provides suitable space for a day care center primarily for use by children of state employes.
16.85 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.85 (2) To furnish engineering, architectural, project management and other building construction services whenever requisitions therefor are presented to the department by any agency. The department may deposit moneys received from the provision of these services in the account under s. 20.505 (1) (kc) or in the general fund as general purpose revenue — earned. In this subsection, “agency" means an office, department, independent agency, institution of higher education, association, society or other body in state government created or authorized to be created by the constitution or any law, which is entitled to expend moneys appropriated by law, including the legislature and the courts, but not including an authority created in ch. 231, 233 or 234.
16.85 (14) of the statutes is created to read:
16.85 (14) To review and approve the design and specifications of any construction or improvement project of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority on state-owned land, to approve the decision to construct any such construction or improvement project and to periodically review the progress of the project during construction to assure compliance with the approved design and specifications. This subsection does not apply to any construction or improvement project of the authority that costs less than the amount that is required to be specified in the lease agreement between the authority and the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System under s. 233.04 (7) (d).
16.851 of the statutes is created to read:
16.851 Plans for state buildings, structures or facilities. Except as the department otherwise provides by rule, records of the department containing plans or specifications for any state-owned or state-leased building, structure or facility, or any proposed state-owned or state-leased building, structure or facility, are not subject to the right of public inspection or copying under s. 19.35 (1). If the department transfers any records containing any such plans or specifications to any other authority as defined in s. 19.32 (1), the department shall require the authority to agree in writing not to make the record available for public inspection or copying except as the department otherwise permits by rule.
16.855 (14) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.855 (14) (a) On all construction projects requiring the taking of bids under sub. (2) If the estimated construction cost of a project exceeds $100,000, the department shall take both single bids and separate bids on any division of the work that it designates. Contracts shall be awarded If the estimated construction cost of a project does not exceed $100,000 and bids are required to be solicited under sub. (2), the department may take single bids or separate bids on any division of the work that it designates. If the department awards contracts by the division of work, the department shall award the contracts according to the division of work selected for bidding and, except. Except as provided in sub. (10m) (a), the department shall award all contracts to the lowest qualified responsible bidder or bidders that result in the lowest total construction cost for the project.
16.855 (22) of the statutes is created to read:
16.855 (22) (a) The department shall by rule prescribe a contract administration fee to be paid for each state fiscal year by persons who contract with the department to provide engineering or architectural services or to perform construction work, as defined in s. 16.87 (1).
Different contract administration fees may be assessed on the basis of different total dollar volumes of sales by contractors within the fiscal year in which the fee is assessed or the preceding fiscal year.
(b) Except as authorized in par. (c), no person may contract with any agency, as defined in s. 16.70 (1), to provide engineering or architectural services or other services specified in s. 84.01 (13) or to perform construction work, as defined in s. 16.87 (1), including any highway improvement, having an aggregate cost to the state exceeding $500 within any fiscal year unless that person has paid to the department the fee prescribed under par. (a) for the fiscal year in which the services are provided or the work is performed. If different fees are assessed under par. (a) for different total dollar volumes of sales, no person may provide any such services or work exceeding the dollar volume applicable to the fee which the person has paid under par. (a) for the fiscal year in which the services are provided or work is performed.
(c) The department shall promulgate rules providing for:
1. Administration and collection of the fee prescribed under par. (a).
2. Exemption of any class of contractors from payment of the fee prescribed under par. (a) if exemption of that class of contractors is in the best interest of the state.
(d) The department shall deposit all revenues received from fees assessed under this subsection in the information technology investment fund.
16.865 (8) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.865 (8) Annually in each fiscal year, allocate as a charge to each agency a proportionate share of the estimated costs attributable to programs administered by the agency to be paid from the appropriation under s. 20.505 (2) (k). The department may charge premiums to agencies to finance costs under this subsection and pay the costs from the appropriation on an actual basis. The department shall deposit all collections under this subsection in the appropriation account under s. 20.505 (2) (k). Costs assessed under this subsection may include judgments, investigative and adjustment fees, data processing and staff support costs, program administration costs, litigation costs and the cost of insurance contracts under sub. (5). In this subsection, “agency" means an office, department, independent agency, institution of higher education, association, society or other body in state government created or authorized to be created by the constitution or any law, which is entitled to expend moneys appropriated by law, including the legislature and the courts, but not including an authority created in ch. 231, 232, 233, 234 or 235.
16.955 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.955 (1) Information. If the governor determines that a disruption of energy supplies poses a serious risk to the economic well-being, health or welfare of the citizens of this state, the governor may issue an order declaring an energy alert. Upon declaration of an energy alert by the governor, the department may issue general or special orders, as defined in s. 101.01 (1) (e)
(7), or promulgate emergency rules under ch. 227 to compel disclosure of information required for purposes of this section. Any person, or agent of the person, who produces, imports or sells, coal or other forms of fuel, other than electricity, natural gas or wood, who is subject to an emergency rule or general or special order of the department within reasonable time limits specified in the order shall file or furnish such reports, information, data, copies of extracts of originals as the department deems necessary relating to existing and future energy supplies, including but not limited to record of sales in years for 1970 and thereafter, storage capacity, supplies on hand and anticipated supplies, and anticipated demand. To the extent that the reports and data requested by the department are presently available from other state or federal agencies, the department shall coordinate its data reporting requirements with the agencies to avoid duplication of reporting.
16.967 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.967 (6) Reports. By March 31, 1990, and biennially thereafter, the departments department of administration, the department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection, the department of development,
the department of health and social services, industry, labor and human relations, the department of natural resources, the department of tourism, the department of revenue and, the department of transportation, and the board of regents of the university of Wisconsin system, the public service commission and the board of curators of the historical society shall each submit to the board a plan to integrate land information to enable such information to be readily translatable, retrievable and geographically referenced for use by any state, local governmental unit or public utility.
16.97 (5) of the statutes is repealed.
16.97 (5m) of the statutes is created to read:
16.97 (5m) “Executive branch agency" has the meaning given in s. 16.70 (4).
16.971 (1) of the statutes is renumbered 16.971 (1m) and amended to read:
16.971 (1m) The department shall ensure that an adequate level of data processing information technology services is made available to all agencies by providing systems analysis and application programming services to augment agency resources, as requested. The department shall also ensure that executive branch agencies make effective and efficient use of the computing
information technology resources of the state. The department shall, in cooperation with agencies, establish policies, procedures and planning processes, for the administration of data processing information technology services, which the executive branch agencies shall follow. The policies, procedures and processes shall address the needs of agencies to carry out their functions. The department shall monitor adherence to these policies, procedures and processes.
16.971 (1) of the statutes is created to read:
16.971 (1) In this section:
(a) “Division" means the division of technology management of the department.