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     1-33-43.   Functions of Bureau of Information and Telecommunications. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications shall perform functions to include, but not be limited to:
             (1)      Providing technical and management assistance to state agencies and institutions as to systems or methods to be used to meet information and communication requirements efficiently and effectively;
             (2)      Developing and proposing operational technical standards for the state information systems which will ensure the interconnection of computer networks and information of state agencies;
             (3)      Purchasing from, or contracting with, suppliers and communications common carriers for communications facilities or services;
             (4)      Cooperating with any federal, state, or local emergency management agency in providing for emergency communication and information services;
             (5)      Providing, where deemed feasible, a means whereby local governmental agencies, the association authorized by § 13-8-10.1, and the school administrators of South Dakota may utilize the state communication and information systems and service; and
             (6)      In cooperation with the appropriate state agencies, plan, design, and conduct experiments in information services, equipment, and technology, and to implement enhancements in the state information system.

Source: SL 1994, ch 412 (Ex. Ord. 94-4), § 29; SL 1999, ch 227, § 11.


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