AN ACT TO MAKE MISCELLANEOUS AND TECHNICAL CHANGES TO THE STATUTES RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY; AMEND VARIOUS STATUTES RELATING TO STATE AGENCY CYBERSECURITY; AMEND VARIOUS STATUTES RELATING TO THE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SERVICE AND THE 911 BOARD; REPEAL THE REQUIREMENT THAT CABLE SERVICE PROVIDERS MUST PROVIDE CABLE SERVICE WITHOUT CHARGE TO A PUBLIC BUILDING LOCATED WITHIN 125 FEET OF THE PROVIDER'S CABLE SYSTEM; CREATE THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY BOARD; REQUIRE TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF POLICE TELECOMMUNICATORS; AND CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER TO MAKE PERSONNEL DECISIONS RELATING TO EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Eliminates proposed GS 143B-1403(a1), which provided that no subscriber or communications service provider is liable to any person or entity for billing or remitting a different number of 911 service charges than that required by the Part for any services billed prior to 180 days following the date the act becomes law. Amends GS 143B-1406(f), concerning the requirements to be met in order for a PSAP to receive a distribution, by limiting the telecommunicators' required courses to those telecommunicators who are not required to be certified by the North Carolina Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards Commission. Makes clarifying changes.
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