2001-2002 Legislative Computer System Planning Council

Legislative participation in the Computer System Planning Council is not required by statute, but the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate may, at their discretion, assign legislators to serve.
The Council is responsible for reviewing and maintaining the Legislative Branch computer system plan, investigating new applications, designing methods for automation, developing system standards and identifying the needs of the Branch’s computer system, and coordinating new applications with the statutory goals of the Legislative Branch.
The Executive Director of the Legislative Services Division serves as the Presiding Officer of the Council.

Membership and Overview

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