In two years the state can privatize part of the public pension system. Some lawmakers say that will lead to a rush of retirements.
Indiana University officials say they want Goldman Sachs to tell them whether privatizing parking would help the university's bottom line.
Scientific Games claims in their protest that the commission did not properly evaluate both its bid and the eventual winning bid from a company called GTECH.
A state commission is deciding whether privatizating the management of Indiana's lottery could increase revenues.
IU Bloomington could sell its parking facilities to a private company to get a one-time cash infusion.
INDOT says a federal transportation bill would cost it $42 million in federal funding if passed.