MSPE is Requesting Members Contact Their State Senator to Oppose
Senate Bill 463 and Any Related Amendments That Would Require Companies with State Contracts to Use Computer Tracking Software
The Missouri Society of Professional Engineers strongly opposes SB 463, which requires companies with a state contract in excess of $100,000 for professional or technical services to purchase and use a computer software program to verify the hours billed for work done on a computer. Personal data from your computer must be stored for seven years.
This bill, known as the “Software Tracking Bill”, is being pushed by a single company nationwide. Though the bill has been rebuked in nearby states and across the nation, the bill is picking up momentum in Missouri and could possibly latch to another bill as an amendment.
Please contact your state senator and ask them to “vote no on SB 463 and any language that mandates companies to use tracking software”.
Click the link below to look up your state senator.