Section 125.60 | Procurement from community rehabilitation programs definitions.
(A) "Community rehabilitation program" means an agency that:
(1) Is organized under the laws of the United States or this state such that no part of its net income inures to the benefit of any shareholder or other individual;
(2) Is certified as a sheltered workshop, if applicable, by the wage and hour division of the United States department of labor;
(3) Is registered and in good standing with the secretary of state as a domestic nonprofit or not-for-profit corporation;
(4) Complies with applicable occupational health and safety standards required by the laws of the United States or of this state;
(5) Operates in the interest of persons with work-limiting disabilities, provides vocational or other employment-related training to persons with work-limiting disabilities, and employs persons with work-limiting disabilities in the manufacture of products or the provision of services;
(6) Is a nonprofit corporation for federal tax purposes.
(B) "Government ordering office" means any of the following:
(1) Any state agency, including the general assembly, the supreme court, and the office of a state elected official, or any state authority, board, bureau, commission, institution, or instrumentality that is funded in total or in part by state money;
(2) A county, township, or village.
(C) "Person with a work-limiting disability" means an individual who has a disability as defined in the "Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990," 104 Stat. 327, 42 U.S.C. 12101, and who:
(1) Because of that disability is substantially limited in the type or quantity of work the individual can perform or is prevented from working regularly;
(2) Meets criteria established by the office of procurement from community rehabilitation programs.
Available Versions of this Section
- June 30, 2005 – House Bill 66, 126th General Assembly [ View June 30, 2005 Version ]