Montana State Legislature

Information Technology Planning Council

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Meeting will be scheduled in Winter 2021.

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Committee Staff:

Emil Glatz, Advanced Development Services Manager

Lindsey Krywaruchka, Operations Services Manager

Sky Foster, Advanced Technical Services Manager

Angie Carter, Financial Services Manager

Fong Hom, Secretary




The Council is responsible for reviewing and maintaining the Legislative Branch information technology plan, investigating new applications, designing methods for automation, developing system standards and identifying the needs and priorities of the Branch’s information technology, and coordinating new applications with the statutory goals of the Legislative Branch: Title 5, chapter 11, part 4, MCA.

Non-Legislator Members

Susan Fox, Executive Director
Angus Maciver, Legislative Auditor
Amy Carlson, Legislative Fiscal Analyst
Marilyn Miller, Secretary of the Senate
Lindsey Vroegindewey, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives
Robert Nelson, Office of Consumer Counsel
Dale Gow, Legislative Chief Information Officer
Kevin Gilbertson, State Chief Information Officer

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Title 5, chapter 11, part 4, MCA.

5-11-403. Duties of legislative branch information technology planning council. The legislative branch information technology planning council shall develop and maintain a legislative branch information technology plan. In developing and maintaining this plan, the planning council shall:
    (1) approve and validate the branch enterprise architecture program that includes principles to maintain alignment with evolving business and technology needs;
    (2) continuously review analyses of existing and alternate information systems to identify candidates for automation, modernization, enhancement, improvement, or integration with new applications to support evolving legislative branch needs or functions;
    (3) include in the plan a description of functions and services in the legislative branch and its agencies that would benefit from the application or improvement of information technology to provide better service to members of the legislature, legislative agencies, and the public;
    (4) prioritize information technology initiatives, taking into consideration expected effectiveness, probable cost, and alignment with the enterprise architecture principles;
    (5) adopt technology standards within the enterprise architecture program that are appropriate to the business needs and technical environment of the legislative branch and its agencies; and
    (6) consider information technology support of security, disaster recovery, and continuity of government.
    History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 687, L. 1989; amd. Sec. 34, Ch. 313, L. 2001; amd. Sec. 5, Ch. 284, L. 2013.

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