2006 New Hampshire Statutes - Section 4-D:4 Information Technology Council.
I. There is hereby established the information technology council. The council shall advise the chief information officer on the following:
(a) Statewide strategic technology plans.
(b) Outsourcing relationships, including the purchase of technology equipment and contracts with technology vendors.
(c) Computer systems consolidation.
(d) Implementation of centralized services.
(e) Information technology resource changes, including changes in quantity of resources allocated to executive branch agencies, location of information technology resources and allocation of information technology personnel.
(f) Statewide information technology policies and standards.
(g) Information technology budgeting and resource allocation.
II. The information technology council shall consist of the following members:
(a) The commissioner of administrative services, or designee.
(b) The commissioner of transportation, or designee.
(c) The commissioner of health and human services, or designee.
(d) The commissioner of safety, or designee.
(e) The commissioner of revenue administration, or designee.
(f) Two heads of departments, appointed by the governor.
(g) One state senator, appointed by the senate president for the duration of his or her legislative term.
(h) One state representative, appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives for the duration of his or her legislative term.
(i) One representative of municipal government, nominated by the New Hampshire Municipal Association and appointed by the governor for a 3-year term.
(j) One representative of county government, nominated by the New Hampshire Association of Counties and appointed by the governor for a 3-year term.
III. Six members of the council shall constitute a quorum.
Source. 2003, 223:15, eff. July 1, 2003.
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