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§64-9-15. Secretary of State.
The legislative rule filed in the State Register on the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand seven, authorized under the authority of section three, article three, chapter thirty-nine-a of this code, modified by the Secretary of State to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on the ninth day of October, two thousand seven, relating to the Secretary of State (use of digital signatures, state certificate authority and state repository, 153 CSR 30), is authorized with the following amendments:

On page two, subsection 3.3., by striking out the words 'and approved by';

On page two, subsection 3.3., after the word 'Technology', by changing the comma to a period, striking out the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'The specifications must be approved by the Office of Technology';

On page four, subsection 6.2., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'The' by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'and' by inserting the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and by inserting the words 'Secretary of State';

On page five subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'for a term no less that one year';

On page five subsection 7.3., after the period, by inserting the words 'The Secretary of State may defer to the Office of Technology his or her authority to initiate the procurement process.';

On page five, subsection 7.4., after the word 'The', by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the word 'shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the words 'Secretary of State' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'him or her';

And,

On page five, subdivision 7.5.a., by striking out the words 'The Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall inform the Secretary of State' and insert in lieu thereof the words 'The Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the Office of Technology to inform him or her'.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > West-virginia > 64 > 64-9-15

§64-9-15. Secretary of State.
The legislative rule filed in the State Register on the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand seven, authorized under the authority of section three, article three, chapter thirty-nine-a of this code, modified by the Secretary of State to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on the ninth day of October, two thousand seven, relating to the Secretary of State (use of digital signatures, state certificate authority and state repository, 153 CSR 30), is authorized with the following amendments:

On page two, subsection 3.3., by striking out the words 'and approved by';

On page two, subsection 3.3., after the word 'Technology', by changing the comma to a period, striking out the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'The specifications must be approved by the Office of Technology';

On page four, subsection 6.2., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'The' by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'and' by inserting the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and by inserting the words 'Secretary of State';

On page five subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'for a term no less that one year';

On page five subsection 7.3., after the period, by inserting the words 'The Secretary of State may defer to the Office of Technology his or her authority to initiate the procurement process.';

On page five, subsection 7.4., after the word 'The', by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the word 'shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the words 'Secretary of State' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'him or her';

And,

On page five, subdivision 7.5.a., by striking out the words 'The Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall inform the Secretary of State' and insert in lieu thereof the words 'The Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the Office of Technology to inform him or her'.


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Statutes > West-virginia > 64 > 64-9-15

§64-9-15. Secretary of State.
The legislative rule filed in the State Register on the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand seven, authorized under the authority of section three, article three, chapter thirty-nine-a of this code, modified by the Secretary of State to meet the objections of the Legislative Rule-Making Review Committee and refiled in the State Register on the ninth day of October, two thousand seven, relating to the Secretary of State (use of digital signatures, state certificate authority and state repository, 153 CSR 30), is authorized with the following amendments:

On page two, subsection 3.3., by striking out the words 'and approved by';

On page two, subsection 3.3., after the word 'Technology', by changing the comma to a period, striking out the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'The specifications must be approved by the Office of Technology';

On page four, subsection 6.2., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'The' by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'Technology', by striking out the comma and the words 'through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page four, subdivision 7.1.h., after the word 'and' by inserting the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee,' and by inserting the words 'Secretary of State';

On page five subsection 7.3., by striking out the words 'for a term no less that one year';

On page five subsection 7.3., after the period, by inserting the words 'The Secretary of State may defer to the Office of Technology his or her authority to initiate the procurement process.';

On page five, subsection 7.4., after the word 'The', by inserting the words 'Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the word 'shall' and inserting in lieu thereof the word 'to';

On page five, subsection 7.4., by striking out the words 'Secretary of State' and inserting in lieu thereof the words 'him or her';

And,

On page five, subdivision 7.5.a., by striking out the words 'The Office of Technology, through its chief technology officer or his or her designee, shall inform the Secretary of State' and insert in lieu thereof the words 'The Secretary of State may ask or enter into an agreement with the Office of Technology to inform him or her'.

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