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SB21-SSA1-SA22,2
1Section 2. 15.06 (1) (bb) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,2,42 15.06 (1) (bb) Members of the Wisconsin job development and retention
3commission shall be appointed by the secretary of workforce development as
4provided under s. 15.225 (3).
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3 5Section 3. 15.06 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,2,156 15.06 (2) Selection of officers. Each commission may annually elect officers
7other than a chairperson from among its members as its work requires. Any officer
8may be reappointed or reelected. At the time of making new nominations to
9commissions, the governor shall designate a member or nominee of each commission
10to serve as the commission's chairperson for a 2-year term expiring on March 1 of
11the odd-numbered year except that the labor and industry review commission shall
12elect one of its members to serve as the commission's chairperson for a 2-year term
13expiring on March 1 of the odd-numbered year and the secretary of workforce
14development shall appoint the chairperson of the Wisconsin job development and
15retention commission, as provided under s. 15.225 (3)
.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4 16Section 4. 15.06 (3) (a) 5. of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,2,1817 15.06 (3) (a) 5. The members of the Wisconsin job development and retention
18commission.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5 19Section 5. 15.225 (3) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,220 15.225 (3) Wisconsin job development and retention commission. There is
21created in the department of workforce development the Wisconsin job development
22and retention commission appointed by the secretary of workforce development to
23consist of 3 representatives of employers and 3 representatives of employees
24appointed to serve for 6-year terms and a permanent classified employee of the
25department of workforce development who shall serve as nonvoting chairperson. A

1member may not serve on the commission if he or she loses the status on which his
2or her appointment is based.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6 3Section 6. 103.355 of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,5 4103.355 Requirements for receiving state incentives. (1) Definitions.
5In this section:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,66 (a) "Agency" has the meaning given in s. 16.70 (1e).
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,97 (b) "Business" means any organization or enterprise operated for profit,
8including a sole proprietorship, partnership, firm, business trust, joint venture,
9syndicate, corporation, limited liability company, or association.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,1110 (c) "Commission" means the Wisconsin job development and retention
11commission.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,19 12(2) Outsourcing prohibited. Notwithstanding any other provision of state law
13to the contrary, a person who operates or intends to operate a business in this state
14and who outsources work from this state to another state or country is ineligible to
15receive any grants or loans from a state agency, any tax exemption under ch. 70, not
16including the exemption under s. 70.11 (27), or any credit, deduction, exclusion, or
17exemption under ch. 71 for a period of 5 years following the year in which the
18commission determines that the person has outsourced work to another state or
19country.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,21 20(3) Rules. The commission shall promulgate rules to implement and
21administer this section.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3,23 22(4) Review. A determination of ineligibility under sub. (2) is subject to review
23under subch. III of ch. 227.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,9151 24Section 9151. Nonstatutory provisions; Workforce Development.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,4
1(7u) Rule making; scope statement. Notwithstanding section 227.135 (1) of the
2statutes, the Wisconsin job development and retention commission is not required
3to prepare a statement of the scope of the rules required under section 103.355 (3)
4of the statutes, as created by this act.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,85 (7v) Rule making; governor's approval. Notwithstanding section 227.185 of
6the statutes, the Wisconsin job development and retention commission is not
7required to present the rules required under section 103.355 (3) of the statutes, as
8created by this act, in final draft form to the governor for approval.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,139 (7w) Proposed rules. The Wisconsin job development and retention
10commission shall submit in proposed form the rules required under section 103.355
11(3) of the statutes, as created by this act, to the legislative council staff under section
12227.15 (1) of the statutes no later than the first day of the 13th month beginning after
13the effective date of this subsection.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,1814 (7x) Review and reporting. Notwithstanding section 227.137 (6) of the
15statutes, the requirements for review of and reporting on the economic impact
16analysis by the department of administration and the requirement for approval by
17the secretary of administration do not apply to rules required under section 103.355
18(3) of the statutes, as created by this act.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,2319 (7xx) Legislative council review. Notwithstanding section 227.137 (2) and (6)
20of the statutes, the Wisconsin job development and retention commission may
21submit the rules required under section 103.355 (3) of the statutes, as created by this
22act, to the legislative council staff for review under section 227.15 (1) of the statutes
23before the commission completes the economic impact analysis for the rules.".
SB21-SSA1-SA22,4,24 242. At the appropriate places, insert all of the following:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,1
1" Section 1. 238.12 (3) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,72 238.12 (3) If the corporation awards a grant to a person under this chapter, and
3the person later outsources work from this state to another state or country, the
4person shall repay the full amount of the grant to the corporation. If, within 6 months
5after the corporation becomes aware of such outsourcing, the person fails to repay
6the full amount of the grant, the corporation shall immediately commence an action
7for repayment of the grant in any court of competent jurisdiction.".
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,10 83. Page 106, line 14: decrease the dollar amount for fiscal year 2015-16 by
9$6,974,700 and decrease the dollar amount for fiscal year 2016-17 by $12,474,700
10to decrease funding for the purposes for which the appropriation is made.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,13 114. Page 107, line 2: decrease the dollar amount for fiscal year 2015-16 by
12$21,776,000 and decrease the dollar amount for fiscal year 2016-17 by $21,776,000
13to decrease funding for the purposes for which the appropriation is made.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,17 145. Page 283, line 12: increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2015-16 by
15$6,974,700 and increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2016-17 by $12,474,700 to
16supplement the appropriation under section 20.192 (1) (a) of the statutes for the
17purposes for which that appropriation is made.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,21 186. Page 284, line 4: increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2015-16 by
19$21,776,000 and increase the dollar amount for fiscal year 2016-17 by $21,776,000
20to supplement the appropriation under section 20.192 (1) (r) of the statutes, as
21affected by this act, for the purposes for which that appropriation is made.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,22 227. Page 1219, line 2: after that line insert:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,5,23 23" Section 3796j. 230.81 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,8
1230.81 (2) Nothing in this section prohibits an employee from disclosing
2information to an appropriate law enforcement agency, a state or federal district
3attorney in whose jurisdiction the crime is alleged to have occurred, a state or federal
4grand jury or a judge in a proceeding commenced under s. 968.26, or disclosing
5information pursuant to any subpoena issued by any person authorized to issue
6subpoenas under s. 885.01. Any such disclosure of information, or a report to a law
7enforcement agency under sub. (4),
is a lawful disclosure under this section and is
8protected under s. 230.83.
SB21-SSA1-SA22,3796i 9Section 3796i. 230.81 (4) of the statutes is created to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,1210 230.81 (4) Any employee who is aware that a fraud has been perpetrated
11against his or her employing governmental unit shall cause that fraud to be reported
12to an appropriate law enforcement agency.".
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,13 138. Page 1446, line 23: after that line insert:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,14 14" Section 4721s. 946.18 of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,18 15946.18 Misconduct sections apply to all public officers. Sections 946.10
16to 946.17 apply to public officers, whether legally constituted or exercising powers
17as if legally constituted, including all officers and employees of the Wisconsin
18Economic Development Corporation
.".
SB21-SSA1-SA22,6,19 199. Page 1533, line 5: after that line insert:
SB21-SSA1-SA22,7,6 20"(7c) Response to audit. In fiscal years 2015-16 and 2016-17, the joint
21committee on finance may supplement, from the appropriation under section 20.865
22(4) (a) of the statutes, the appropriation under section 20.192 (1) (a) of the statutes
23for the purposes specified in section 20.192 (1) (a) of the statutes, and may
24supplement, from the appropriation under section 20.865 (4) (u) of the statutes, the

1appropriation under section 20.192 (1) (r) of the statutes for the purposes specified
2in section 20.192 (1) (r) of the statutes, if the Wisconsin Economic Development
3Corporation submits a report to the joint committee on finance that details how the
4Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation will implement the legislative audit
5bureau's recommendations in audit report 15-3, submitted to the joint legislative
6audit committee in May 2015.".
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