COLORADO GENERAL ASSEMBLY - STATUTORY REPORTS


Report of Recommendations and Findings on Information Technology
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2-3-1704 (11)(a)NoneOtherOngoing
HB 14-1395
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2-3-1704. Powers and duties of the joint technology committee.

(11) (a) The committee shall study all information technology budget requests pursuant to rule 45 of the joint rules of the senate and the house of representatives, made by all state agencies and state institutions of higher education. For purposes of institutions of higher education, the committee shall only review state-funded information technology budget requests. The committee shall make determinations of the priority to be accorded to such information technology budget requests based upon information made available to the committee from any sources with respect to estimates of revenues available in a fiscal year for information technology budget requests. The committee shall make written reports setting forth its recommendations, prioritization, findings, and comments as to each information technology budget request reviewed pursuant to rule 45 of the joint rules of the senate and the house of representatives, including recommendations regarding the appropriate amount of an information technology budget request, and shall submit such written reports to the joint budget committee for supplemental information technology budget requests no later than January 15 of each year, and for new or amended information technology budget requests for the upcoming fiscal year no later than February 15 of each year.

2-3-1704 (11)(a)       
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