The House has passed a measure that keeps secret the names of applicants for public sector jobs.
The names of the final three vying for the open job would become public.
Supporters of the measure say the state’s current open records law discourages some of the best people from applying.
Earlier, the House passed a measure to keep confidential the names of people applying for college presidencies. Rep. Mary Johnson (R-Fargo) used a recent search at UND as an example.