2-17-1103. Responsibilities of department for electronic government. (1) The department shall:
(a) provide the ability for state agencies to offer electronic government services by providing a reasonable and secure infrastructure;
(b) provide a point of entry for electronic government services to achieve a single face of government;
(c) encourage a common look and feel for all electronic government services for the benefit of the customers of the services;
(d) set technological standards for electronic government services;
(e) use technology that enables the greatest number of customers to obtain access to electronic government services;
(f) promote the benefits of electronic government services through educational, marketing, and outreach initiatives;
(g) promote transparency in information management; and
(h) share and coordinate information with political subdivisions whenever possible.
(2) To fulfill the responsibilities in subsection (1), the department may contract with private entities. The department may charge convenience fees and may allow private entities to collect the convenience fees on selected electronic government services in order to provide funding for the support and furtherance of electronic government services.
(3) The department or a private entity under a contract as provided in subsection (2) may not use any data associated with providing electronic government services for any purpose that is not provided for by law.
History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 265, L. 2001; amd. Sec. 3, Ch. 274, L. 2015.