§752. Functions

Link to law: http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/02/022/00752
Published: 2015

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752. Functions

(a) The

legislative information technology committee shall be responsible for the

coordination and integration of information technology in the legislative

branch in order to ensure that legislative records that are created, received, stored,or

transmitted by that technology enhance legislative goals and priorities and

conform to Vermont's recordkeeping requirements.

(b) The

committee shall prepare, adopt, and maintain a long-range plan of at least five

years for information technology operations and services in the legislative

branch. The plan shall analyze the costs and benefits and risk management

aspects of maintaining authentic and accessible legislative records as required

by Vermont law. In the preparation of the plan, the committee shall consult

with members of the general assembly, the legislative staff information systems

team established by section 753 of this title, and other legislative staff, the

state archivist, other representatives of the executive and judicial branches of

state government, and members of the public. The committee shall provide the

house and senate committees on government operations with copies of the plan

and any amendment to the plan.

(c) The

committee shall also adopt an annual budget for expenditures for legislative

information technology and services and present the same to the committees on

appropriations of the general assembly in each annual budget process. (Added

2005, No. 64, § 1; amended 2007, No. 96 (Adj. Sess.), § 6.)