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§ 147‑33.82.  Functionsof the Office of Information Technology Services.

(a)        In addition to anyother functions required by this Article, the Office of Information TechnologyServices shall:

(1)        Procure allinformation technology for State agencies, as provided in Part 4 of thisArticle.

(2)        Submit for approvalof the Office of State Budget and Management all rates and fees for common,shared State government‑wide technology services provided by the Officeon a fee‑for‑service basis and not covered by another fund.

(3)        Conduct an annualassessment of State agencies for compliance with statewide policies forinformation technology and  submit for review of the Information TechnologyAdvisory Board recommended statewide policies for information technology.

(4)        Develop standards,procedures, and processes to implement policies approved by the State CIO.

(5)        Review State agencymanagement of State information technology resources for compliance with thisArticle.

(6)        Review State agencyimplementation of statewide information technology management efforts of Stategovernment for compliance with this Article.

(7)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(8)        Develop a projectmanagement, quality assurance, and architectural review process for projectsthat require review and approval under G.S. 147‑33.72C(a).

(9)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(b)        Notwithstanding anyother provision of law, local governmental entities may use the informationtechnology programs, services, or contracts offered by the Office, includinginformation technology procurement, in accordance with the statutes, policies,and rules of the Office. For purposes of this subsection, "localgovernmental entities" includes local school administrative units, asdefined in G.S. 115C‑5, and community colleges. Local governmentalentities are not required to comply with otherwise applicable competitivebidding requirements when using contracts established by the Office. Any otherState entities may also use the information technology programs, services, orcontracts offered by the Office, including information technology procurement,in accordance with the statutes, policies, and rules of the Office.

(c)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.110 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(d)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.111 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(e)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 11, effective July 1, 2004.

(e1)      Recodified as G.S.147‑33.112 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(f)         Recodified as G.S.147‑33.113 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.(1999‑434,s. 10; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2001‑424, s. 15.2(b); 2002‑126, s.27.2(a); 2003‑153, ss. 1(a), 1(b); 2004‑129, ss. 10, 11, 12, 13.)

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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_82

§ 147‑33.82.  Functionsof the Office of Information Technology Services.

(a)        In addition to anyother functions required by this Article, the Office of Information TechnologyServices shall:

(1)        Procure allinformation technology for State agencies, as provided in Part 4 of thisArticle.

(2)        Submit for approvalof the Office of State Budget and Management all rates and fees for common,shared State government‑wide technology services provided by the Officeon a fee‑for‑service basis and not covered by another fund.

(3)        Conduct an annualassessment of State agencies for compliance with statewide policies forinformation technology and  submit for review of the Information TechnologyAdvisory Board recommended statewide policies for information technology.

(4)        Develop standards,procedures, and processes to implement policies approved by the State CIO.

(5)        Review State agencymanagement of State information technology resources for compliance with thisArticle.

(6)        Review State agencyimplementation of statewide information technology management efforts of Stategovernment for compliance with this Article.

(7)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(8)        Develop a projectmanagement, quality assurance, and architectural review process for projectsthat require review and approval under G.S. 147‑33.72C(a).

(9)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(b)        Notwithstanding anyother provision of law, local governmental entities may use the informationtechnology programs, services, or contracts offered by the Office, includinginformation technology procurement, in accordance with the statutes, policies,and rules of the Office. For purposes of this subsection, "localgovernmental entities" includes local school administrative units, asdefined in G.S. 115C‑5, and community colleges. Local governmentalentities are not required to comply with otherwise applicable competitivebidding requirements when using contracts established by the Office. Any otherState entities may also use the information technology programs, services, orcontracts offered by the Office, including information technology procurement,in accordance with the statutes, policies, and rules of the Office.

(c)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.110 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(d)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.111 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(e)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 11, effective July 1, 2004.

(e1)      Recodified as G.S.147‑33.112 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(f)         Recodified as G.S.147‑33.113 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.(1999‑434,s. 10; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2001‑424, s. 15.2(b); 2002‑126, s.27.2(a); 2003‑153, ss. 1(a), 1(b); 2004‑129, ss. 10, 11, 12, 13.)


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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_147 > GS_147-33_82

§ 147‑33.82.  Functionsof the Office of Information Technology Services.

(a)        In addition to anyother functions required by this Article, the Office of Information TechnologyServices shall:

(1)        Procure allinformation technology for State agencies, as provided in Part 4 of thisArticle.

(2)        Submit for approvalof the Office of State Budget and Management all rates and fees for common,shared State government‑wide technology services provided by the Officeon a fee‑for‑service basis and not covered by another fund.

(3)        Conduct an annualassessment of State agencies for compliance with statewide policies forinformation technology and  submit for review of the Information TechnologyAdvisory Board recommended statewide policies for information technology.

(4)        Develop standards,procedures, and processes to implement policies approved by the State CIO.

(5)        Review State agencymanagement of State information technology resources for compliance with thisArticle.

(6)        Review State agencyimplementation of statewide information technology management efforts of Stategovernment for compliance with this Article.

(7)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(8)        Develop a projectmanagement, quality assurance, and architectural review process for projectsthat require review and approval under G.S. 147‑33.72C(a).

(9)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 13, effective July 1, 2004.

(b)        Notwithstanding anyother provision of law, local governmental entities may use the informationtechnology programs, services, or contracts offered by the Office, includinginformation technology procurement, in accordance with the statutes, policies,and rules of the Office. For purposes of this subsection, "localgovernmental entities" includes local school administrative units, asdefined in G.S. 115C‑5, and community colleges. Local governmentalentities are not required to comply with otherwise applicable competitivebidding requirements when using contracts established by the Office. Any otherState entities may also use the information technology programs, services, orcontracts offered by the Office, including information technology procurement,in accordance with the statutes, policies, and rules of the Office.

(c)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.110 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(d)        Recodified as G.S.147‑33.111 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(e)        Repealed by SessionLaws 2004‑129, s. 11, effective July 1, 2004.

(e1)      Recodified as G.S.147‑33.112 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.

(f)         Recodified as G.S.147‑33.113 by Session Laws 2004‑129, s. 12, effective July 1, 2004.(1999‑434,s. 10; 2000‑174, s. 2; 2001‑424, s. 15.2(b); 2002‑126, s.27.2(a); 2003‑153, ss. 1(a), 1(b); 2004‑129, ss. 10, 11, 12, 13.)

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