CHICAGO — Wisconsin is asking financial advisory firms interested in helping the state evaluate its assets for possible sale or lease to submit their qualifications by Nov. 1.

The two-year budget signed by Gov. Scott Walker earlier this year included a provision allowing for the evaluation of state assets for sale or lease. “The state intends to review and evaluate all state-owned assets for possible sale, including but not limited to, heating plants, telecommunications, excess property, and underutilized assets,” the RFQ posted on the state’s capital finance office website reads.

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