The New York State Register just published Executive Order (EO) 192, which effectively grants agencies and the Governor permanent debarment power. The notice in the Register was the first (and so far, only) public acknowledgement that the Governor had signed the Executive Order.

The simple summary of what this EO does is that any responsibility finding by an agency or public authority would be binding on all agencies seemingly forever, unless a court intervenes, or a pardon is issued by the Governor’s Counsel. One finding by any agency and you’re effectively debarred.

The notice in the Register was the first (and so far, only) public acknowledgement that the Governor had signed the Executive Order.

The simple summary of what this EO does is that any responsibility finding by an agency or public authority would be binding on all agencies seemingly forever, unless a court intervenes, or a pardon is issued by the Governor’s Counsel. One finding by any agency and you’re effectively debarred.

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