CSG Midwest
No state in the Midwest requires that a certain percentage of contracts be given to minority- or women-owned businesses. (Outside the region, Connecticut requires that 6.25 percent of the value of state and local government contracts go to companies owned by women, minorities or disabled individuals.) However, at least three states have specific goals set in statute: Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin.

Stateline Midwest ~ November 2012

Indiana lottery officials announced in October that they were handing over day-to-day operations of sales and marketing to a private contractor.

The Virginia General Assembly and Virginia nonprofits are both scrambling to make heads or tails of a recent statement. Virginia's Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli issued a legal opinion on January 28th regarding the states's ability to spend funds on services carried out by nonprofit organizations.

The opinion was sought by Delegate John O'Bannon, when he called inclusion of grants to nonprofits to the latest budget into question. This year,...

For the past four decades, states have increasingly contracted with nonprofit organizations to carry out state financed human services. Due to tight budgets and budget shortfalls, services have been in jeopardy. Contract changes, late payments and alternate financing are just a few of the consequences.