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Information Technology Committee

Interim Committee Studies and Assignments

(18 members)

3057 Study the technological capacity and needs of the state - by Legislative Council directive, expanded to include delivery of library services by technology

Review the activities of the Information Technology Department, statewide information technology standards, the statewide information technology plan, and major information technology projects; review cost-benefit analyses of major projects; conduct studies; and make recommendations regarding established or proposed information technology programs and information technology acquisition (NDCC § 54-35-15.2)

Receive report from the Chief Information Officer of the state regarding the coordination of services with political subdivisions, and from the Chief Information Officer and the commissioner of the State Board of Higher Education regarding coordination of information technology between the Information Technology Department and higher education (NDCC § 54-59-12)

Receive report from the Information Technology Department regarding any executive branch state agency or institution that does not agree to conform to its information technology plan or comply with statewide policies and standards (NDCC § 54-59-13)

Receive annual report from the Information Technology Department (NDCC § 54-59-19)

Receive annual report from State Radio on the operation of and any recommended changes in the emergency 911 telephone system standards and guidelines (NDCC § 57-40.6-11)

Receive report from the Public Safety Answering Points Coordinating Committee by November 1 of each even-numbered year on city and county fees on telephone exchange access service and wireless service (NDCC § 57-40.6-12)

Receive report from the Information Technology Department on performance measures developed by the department to assist the Legislative Assembly in determining the effectiveness and efficiency of the department's operations during the 2001-03 biennium (2001 S.L., ch. 500, § 9)

Receive report from the Superintendent of Public Instruction at least once every five months during the 2001-02 interim on the Superintendent's pursuit of grant funds during the 2001-03 biennium for projects relating to the use of technology in elementary and secondary education (2001 S.L., ch. 501, § 10)

Legislative Council Staff

  • Jim W. Smith
  • Roxanne Woeste

Citizen Members

  • Curtis L. Wolfe, Chief Information Officer