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Capitol Report - State Procurement

Court Decision and Veto Raise
Eyebrows in Tallahassee on Procurement Issue

The veto of a major bill relating to State Financial Matters has not stymied legislators’ demands for changes in the state’s procurement practices. Expect attention to significant changes in Florida’s procurement laws next session.


This Capitol Report was written by Marti Chumbler, a shareholder in the Carlton Fields Tallahassee Office.

Marti practices primarily in the area of state administrative law and has substantial experience in the area of public procurement. Her experience incorporates significant involvement with state and local tax, land use, and environmental matters, including agency negotiations and formal proceedings before agencies, the Division of Administrative Hearings, and the Governor and Cabinet. Ms. Chumbler also has substantial experience representing clients in challenges to both adopted and proposed rules of state agencies. She is Board Certified in State & Federal Government and Administrative Practice by The Florida Bar.

Marti can be reached at [email protected] or 850.513.3612.

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