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§ 147‑33.77.  Office ofInformation Technology Services; organization and operation.

(a)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may appoint a Chief Deputy Information Officer. The salaryof the Chief Deputy Information Officer shall be set by the State Chief InformationOfficer. The State Chief Information Officer may appoint all employees,including legal counsel, necessary to carry out the powers and duties of theoffice. These employees shall be subject to the State Personnel Act.

(b)        All employees ofthe office shall be under the supervision, direction, and control of the StateChief Information Officer. Except as otherwise provided by this Article, theState Chief Information Officer may assign any function vested in the StateChief Information Officer or the Office of Information Technology Services toany subordinate officer or employee of the office.

(c)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may, subject to the provisions of G.S. 147‑64.7(b)(2),obtain the services of independent public accountants, qualified managementconsultants, and other professional persons or experts to carry out powers andduties of the office.

(d)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall have legal custody of all books, papers, documents,and other records of the office.

(e)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall be responsible for the preparation of and thepresentation of the office budget request, including all funds requested andall receipts expected for all elements of the budget.

(f)         The State ChiefInformation Officer may adopt regulations for the administration of the office,the conduct of employees of the office, the distribution and performance ofbusiness, the performance of the functions assigned to the State ChiefInformation Officer and the Office of Information Technology Services, and thecustody, use, and preservation of the records, documents, and propertypertaining to the business of the office.

(g)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may require background investigations of any employee orprospective employee, including a criminal history record check, which mayinclude a search of the State and National Repositories of Criminal Historiesbased on the person's fingerprints. A criminal history record check shall beconducted by the State Bureau of Investigation upon receiving fingerprints andother information provided by the employee or prospective employee. If theemployee or prospective employee has been a resident of the State for less thanfive years, the background report shall include a review of criminalinformation from both the State and National Repositories of CriminalHistories. The criminal background report shall be provided to the State ChiefInformation Officer and is not a public record under Chapter 132 of the GeneralStatutes. (1989,c. 239, s. 5; c. 770, s. 60; 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1024, s. 36; 1991(Reg. Sess., 1992), c. 900, s. 14(g); c. 1030, s. 51.14; ; 1997‑148, ss.5, 6; 1999‑347, s. 2; 1999‑434, s. 27; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2004‑129,s. 1; 2007‑155, s. 1; 2007‑189, ss. 1, 5.1.)

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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_77

§ 147‑33.77.  Office ofInformation Technology Services; organization and operation.

(a)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may appoint a Chief Deputy Information Officer. The salaryof the Chief Deputy Information Officer shall be set by the State Chief InformationOfficer. The State Chief Information Officer may appoint all employees,including legal counsel, necessary to carry out the powers and duties of theoffice. These employees shall be subject to the State Personnel Act.

(b)        All employees ofthe office shall be under the supervision, direction, and control of the StateChief Information Officer. Except as otherwise provided by this Article, theState Chief Information Officer may assign any function vested in the StateChief Information Officer or the Office of Information Technology Services toany subordinate officer or employee of the office.

(c)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may, subject to the provisions of G.S. 147‑64.7(b)(2),obtain the services of independent public accountants, qualified managementconsultants, and other professional persons or experts to carry out powers andduties of the office.

(d)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall have legal custody of all books, papers, documents,and other records of the office.

(e)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall be responsible for the preparation of and thepresentation of the office budget request, including all funds requested andall receipts expected for all elements of the budget.

(f)         The State ChiefInformation Officer may adopt regulations for the administration of the office,the conduct of employees of the office, the distribution and performance ofbusiness, the performance of the functions assigned to the State ChiefInformation Officer and the Office of Information Technology Services, and thecustody, use, and preservation of the records, documents, and propertypertaining to the business of the office.

(g)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may require background investigations of any employee orprospective employee, including a criminal history record check, which mayinclude a search of the State and National Repositories of Criminal Historiesbased on the person's fingerprints. A criminal history record check shall beconducted by the State Bureau of Investigation upon receiving fingerprints andother information provided by the employee or prospective employee. If theemployee or prospective employee has been a resident of the State for less thanfive years, the background report shall include a review of criminalinformation from both the State and National Repositories of CriminalHistories. The criminal background report shall be provided to the State ChiefInformation Officer and is not a public record under Chapter 132 of the GeneralStatutes. (1989,c. 239, s. 5; c. 770, s. 60; 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1024, s. 36; 1991(Reg. Sess., 1992), c. 900, s. 14(g); c. 1030, s. 51.14; ; 1997‑148, ss.5, 6; 1999‑347, s. 2; 1999‑434, s. 27; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2004‑129,s. 1; 2007‑155, s. 1; 2007‑189, ss. 1, 5.1.)


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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_77

§ 147‑33.77.  Office ofInformation Technology Services; organization and operation.

(a)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may appoint a Chief Deputy Information Officer. The salaryof the Chief Deputy Information Officer shall be set by the State Chief InformationOfficer. The State Chief Information Officer may appoint all employees,including legal counsel, necessary to carry out the powers and duties of theoffice. These employees shall be subject to the State Personnel Act.

(b)        All employees ofthe office shall be under the supervision, direction, and control of the StateChief Information Officer. Except as otherwise provided by this Article, theState Chief Information Officer may assign any function vested in the StateChief Information Officer or the Office of Information Technology Services toany subordinate officer or employee of the office.

(c)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may, subject to the provisions of G.S. 147‑64.7(b)(2),obtain the services of independent public accountants, qualified managementconsultants, and other professional persons or experts to carry out powers andduties of the office.

(d)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall have legal custody of all books, papers, documents,and other records of the office.

(e)        The State ChiefInformation Officer shall be responsible for the preparation of and thepresentation of the office budget request, including all funds requested andall receipts expected for all elements of the budget.

(f)         The State ChiefInformation Officer may adopt regulations for the administration of the office,the conduct of employees of the office, the distribution and performance ofbusiness, the performance of the functions assigned to the State ChiefInformation Officer and the Office of Information Technology Services, and thecustody, use, and preservation of the records, documents, and propertypertaining to the business of the office.

(g)        The State ChiefInformation Officer may require background investigations of any employee orprospective employee, including a criminal history record check, which mayinclude a search of the State and National Repositories of Criminal Historiesbased on the person's fingerprints. A criminal history record check shall beconducted by the State Bureau of Investigation upon receiving fingerprints andother information provided by the employee or prospective employee. If theemployee or prospective employee has been a resident of the State for less thanfive years, the background report shall include a review of criminalinformation from both the State and National Repositories of CriminalHistories. The criminal background report shall be provided to the State ChiefInformation Officer and is not a public record under Chapter 132 of the GeneralStatutes. (1989,c. 239, s. 5; c. 770, s. 60; 1989 (Reg. Sess., 1990), c. 1024, s. 36; 1991(Reg. Sess., 1992), c. 900, s. 14(g); c. 1030, s. 51.14; ; 1997‑148, ss.5, 6; 1999‑347, s. 2; 1999‑434, s. 27; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2004‑129,s. 1; 2007‑155, s. 1; 2007‑189, ss. 1, 5.1.)

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