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41-711. Establishment of automation operation center; fund; report

A. The department may establish an automation operation center to serve the management and other needs of state government.

B. An automation operations fund is established for paying for the costs of any automation operation applications implemented by the department and otherwise allowed by law.

C. The fund consists of:

1. Legislative appropriations.

2. Grants, except for otherwise specifically dedicated grants, received for automation operations, consolidation and cost reduction or cost avoidance functions.

3. Monies derived from implementing and operating an automation program.

4. Monies derived from the sale or exchange of automation assets.

5. Monies derived from agencies and political subdivisions and other states or their agencies in payment for services provided by the department's automation operation center.

D. The department of administration shall administer the fund. Separate accounts shall be established to account for monies received and spent pursuant to automation agreements with other states or their agencies or the Arizona health care cost containment system administration in fulfillment of an agreement entered into pursuant to section 36-2925. The separate accounts are continuously appropriated for the purposes specified in the agreements. All other monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation to the department.

E. In connection with its annual budget request to the legislature, the department shall prepare a report that accounts for all monies deposited in the fund, the sources of the monies received for deposit, the purposes for which the fund monies were used during the preceding fiscal year and the plans for using fund monies during the next fiscal year.

F. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-711

41-711. Establishment of automation operation center; fund; report

A. The department may establish an automation operation center to serve the management and other needs of state government.

B. An automation operations fund is established for paying for the costs of any automation operation applications implemented by the department and otherwise allowed by law.

C. The fund consists of:

1. Legislative appropriations.

2. Grants, except for otherwise specifically dedicated grants, received for automation operations, consolidation and cost reduction or cost avoidance functions.

3. Monies derived from implementing and operating an automation program.

4. Monies derived from the sale or exchange of automation assets.

5. Monies derived from agencies and political subdivisions and other states or their agencies in payment for services provided by the department's automation operation center.

D. The department of administration shall administer the fund. Separate accounts shall be established to account for monies received and spent pursuant to automation agreements with other states or their agencies or the Arizona health care cost containment system administration in fulfillment of an agreement entered into pursuant to section 36-2925. The separate accounts are continuously appropriated for the purposes specified in the agreements. All other monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation to the department.

E. In connection with its annual budget request to the legislature, the department shall prepare a report that accounts for all monies deposited in the fund, the sources of the monies received for deposit, the purposes for which the fund monies were used during the preceding fiscal year and the plans for using fund monies during the next fiscal year.

F. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-711

41-711. Establishment of automation operation center; fund; report

A. The department may establish an automation operation center to serve the management and other needs of state government.

B. An automation operations fund is established for paying for the costs of any automation operation applications implemented by the department and otherwise allowed by law.

C. The fund consists of:

1. Legislative appropriations.

2. Grants, except for otherwise specifically dedicated grants, received for automation operations, consolidation and cost reduction or cost avoidance functions.

3. Monies derived from implementing and operating an automation program.

4. Monies derived from the sale or exchange of automation assets.

5. Monies derived from agencies and political subdivisions and other states or their agencies in payment for services provided by the department's automation operation center.

D. The department of administration shall administer the fund. Separate accounts shall be established to account for monies received and spent pursuant to automation agreements with other states or their agencies or the Arizona health care cost containment system administration in fulfillment of an agreement entered into pursuant to section 36-2925. The separate accounts are continuously appropriated for the purposes specified in the agreements. All other monies in the fund are subject to annual legislative appropriation to the department.

E. In connection with its annual budget request to the legislature, the department shall prepare a report that accounts for all monies deposited in the fund, the sources of the monies received for deposit, the purposes for which the fund monies were used during the preceding fiscal year and the plans for using fund monies during the next fiscal year.

F. Monies in the fund are exempt from the provisions of section 35-190 relating to lapsing of appropriations.

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