Revised March 2, 2015
Wisconsin Administrative Code AB, §4.05. Preference is given to Wisconsin artists in the purchase of commission of original works of visual art for buildings constructed by the state when no other basis exists for differentiating finalists.
Wisconsin Administrative Code ADM, §8.03. In the case of tie bids, an award shall be made to Wisconsin suppliers in preference to out-of-state suppliers as provided in Wisconsin Statutes, §16.75.
Wisconsin Statutes, §16.75. Preference is given to Wisconsin producers, distributors, suppliers, and retailers, if any, when the department of administration is awarding a contract to the lowest responsible bidder for materials, supplies, equipment, and contracted services if the bidder is not a Wisconsin producer, distributor, supplier, or retailer and the state in which the bidder is domiciled grants a preference to bidders domiciled in that state.
Wisconsin Statutes, §16.855. Preference is given to Wisconsin firms, if any, when awarding a contract to the lowest qualified responsible bidder on construction work with estimated construction costs exceeding $50,000 if the bidder is not a Wisconsin firm and the state in which the bidder is domiciled grants a preference to bidders domiciled in that state.
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.