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86-520. Chief InformationOfficer; duties.The Chief Information Officershall:(1) Maintain, in cooperation with the Department of AdministrativeServices, an inventory of noneducation state government technology assets,including hardware, applications, and data bases;(2) Recommend policies and guidelines for acceptable andcost-effective use of information technology in noneducation state government;(3) Advise the Governor and Legislature on policy issuesaffecting noneducation state government related to information technology;(4) Coordinate efforts among other noneducation state governmenttechnology agencies and coordinating bodies;(5) Implement a strategic, tactical, and project planningprocess for noneducation state government information technology that is linkedto the budget process;(6) Assist the budget division of the Department of AdministrativeServices and Legislative Fiscal Analyst in evaluating technology-related budgetrequests;(7) Work with each governmental department and noneducationstate agency to evaluate and act upon opportunities to more efficiently andeffectively deliver government services through the use of information technology;(8) Recommend to the Governor and Legislature methods forimproving the organization and management of data by noneducation agenciesto achieve the goals of making information sharable and reusable, eliminatingredundancy of data and programs, improving the quality and usefulness of data,and improving access to data, and implement such recommendations as the Governoror Legislature may direct;(9) Monitor the status of major noneducation state governmenttechnology projects;(10) Establish and maintain Network Nebraska pursuant tosection 86-5,100;(11) Apply in aggregate forreimbursements from the federal Universal Service Fund pursuant to section254 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, 47 U.S.C. 254, as such sectionexisted on January 1, 2006, on behalf of school districts requesting to beincluded in such aggregated application;(12) Administer such fundsas may be appropriated to the Chief Information Officer by the Legislature;(13) Monitor the status ofinformation technology projects that are enterprise projects;(14) Collect information fromstate agencies, boards, and commissions as provided in section 86-524.01;and(15) Complete other tasksas assigned by the Governor. SourceLaws 1998, LB 924, § 10; R.S.1943, (1999), § 86-1510; Laws 2002, LB 1105, § 290; Laws 2006, LB 1208, § 29; Laws 2008, LB823, § 4; Laws 2010, LB1071, § 41.Operative Date: April 15, 2010