The ministry of transportation and infrastructure will be working on a "significant, unplanned volume of high profile legislation and enabling regulation over the next six months." That information was revealed a bid document quietly posted on the provincial government's procurement Website yesterday. As a result of that additional work, the ministry's policy branch is looking to hire a contractor who can "assist in the planning, analysis, development and coordination" of that legislation. The document doesn't say whether the legislation is related to the comptroller general's recent review British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. and TransLink, which recommended significant changes in how both organizations are run. The following is a complete copy of the relevant portion of that document.
December 16, 2009