34-12.160. Examples of Lobbying Activities Involving Water Management Districts  

Effective on Sunday, October 19, 2014
  • 1As used in this rule, “lobbying” activities include, for example:

    11(1) The representation of a client in communications with the Office of the Governor with respect to legislative matters.

    30(2) Seeking to influence the content of an agency’s request for proposals or specifications for the purchase of goods or services on behalf of another person or governmental entity, unless in regard to the category of purchases described in Rule 7034-12.150, 71F.A.C.

    72(3) Seeking to influence the priority given by an agency to the purchase of land or to a construction project on behalf of another person or governmental entity.

    100(4) Seeking to influence an agency’s decision regarding a proposed rule in behalf of a client through communications with agency personnel outside of a publicly noticed agency hearing or workshop.

    130(5) Seeking to influence an agency in behalf of a person or governmental entity with respect to policies of the agency.

    151Rulemaking Authority 153112.3215, 154112.322(9) FS. 156Law Implemented 158Chapter 2014-183, Section 6, L.O.F., 163112.3215, 164112.3261 165FS. History–New 10-12-89, Amended 1-4-94, 10-19-14.


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