The Nevada legislature empowered the Department of Corrections to manage agricultural and industrial programs that involve work programs made available to inmates.
According to NRS 209.4817, the Administrator of the Department of Administration’s Purchasing Division must establish procedures that must be followed by department heads when they make purchases. However, the Director may set a procedure in place for making emergency purchases for materials, equipment, or supplies. In this case, the Director does not have to go through the procedures set up by the Administrator of the Department of Administration’s Purchasing Division like he would have to with every other purchase.
Committee of Industrial Programs Division
The Director, Administrator of the Department of Administration’s Purchasing Division, and nine regular members appointed by the Interim Finance Committee make up the Industrial Programs Committee. The nine regular members must consist of:
The regular members must choose someone from their membership to be the Chair. The Chair can choose nine extra people to fill in for the regular members in case someone can’t make it to a meeting or perform their duties. The nine additional members must also consist of the same five classifications as listed above.
The legislative, alternative, and non-legislative regular members of the committee will be compensated and receive a travel allowance. Nevada will pay them out of the Fund for Prison Industries.
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The committee must:
If the Committee of Industrial Programs determines that a specific piece of information is necessary for them to have for them to properly perform the duties prescribed them, then the Director and the Industrial Program’s Deputy Director must make sure the Committee gets access to that needed information.
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