Bill Summary for S 560 (2015-2016)

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Apr 22 2015

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View NCGA Bill Details2015-2016 Session
Senate Bill 560 (Public) Filed Thursday, March 26, 2015
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET TO CONTINUE EXPENDITURES FOR THE OPERATION OF GOVERNMENT AT THE LEVEL IN EFFECT ON JUNE 30, 2015, UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2015.
Intro. by Hise.

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Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition:

Changes the long title.

Amends GS 147-33.77A, adding the term operationalize to the definitions for use in the section. Adds language concerning public-private partnerships, directing the State CIO to continue to utilize the partnerships and existing data integration and analytics contracts and licenses as appropriate to continue the implementation of the initiative. Makes technical and clarifying changes. Expands the duties and powers of the State CIO, including specifying additional duties concerning the management and coordination of enterprise data integration. 

Makes clarifying changes to proposed GS 147-33.77A(c)(2).

Amends GS 147-33.77A(f), providing that the State CIO must submit an annual report, on or before March 1, concerning the activities of this section (previously, was required to submit quarterly reports). Also expands the information that must be contained in the report, including a description of contributed funds or resources by private entities participating in public-private partnerships. Deletes a requirement that the State CIO report to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Information Technology regarding projects that are not achieving savings. 

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