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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_72A

Article 3D.

State InformationTechnology Services.

Part 1. State InformationTechnology Management.

§ 147‑33.72A.  Purpose.

The purposes of this Articleare to:

(1)        Establish asystematic process for planning and financing the State's information technologyresources.

(2)        Develop standardsand accountability measures for information technology projects, includingcriteria for adequate project management.

(3)        Implementprocurement procedures that will result in cost savings on informationtechnology purchases.

(4)        Create anInformation Technology Advisory Board.

(5)        Create theInformation Technology Fund for statewide information technology efforts. (2004‑129, s. 2.)

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_72A

Article 3D.

State InformationTechnology Services.

Part 1. State InformationTechnology Management.

§ 147‑33.72A.  Purpose.

The purposes of this Articleare to:

(1)        Establish asystematic process for planning and financing the State's information technologyresources.

(2)        Develop standardsand accountability measures for information technology projects, includingcriteria for adequate project management.

(3)        Implementprocurement procedures that will result in cost savings on informationtechnology purchases.

(4)        Create anInformation Technology Advisory Board.

(5)        Create theInformation Technology Fund for statewide information technology efforts. (2004‑129, s. 2.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_72A

Article 3D.

State InformationTechnology Services.

Part 1. State InformationTechnology Management.

§ 147‑33.72A.  Purpose.

The purposes of this Articleare to:

(1)        Establish asystematic process for planning and financing the State's information technologyresources.

(2)        Develop standardsand accountability measures for information technology projects, includingcriteria for adequate project management.

(3)        Implementprocurement procedures that will result in cost savings on informationtechnology purchases.

(4)        Create anInformation Technology Advisory Board.

(5)        Create theInformation Technology Fund for statewide information technology efforts. (2004‑129, s. 2.)

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