Section 282.315, Florida Statutes 2004
282.315 Agency Chief Information Officers Council; creation.--The Legislature finds that enhancing communication, consensus building, coordination, and facilitation of statewide enterprise resource planning and management issues is essential to improving state management of such resources.
(1) There is created an Agency Chief Information Officers Council to:
(a) Enhance communication among the Agency Chief Information Officers by sharing enterprise resource planning and management experiences and exchanging ideas.
(b) Facilitate the sharing of best practices that are characteristic of highly successful technology organizations, as well as exemplary information technology applications of state agencies.
(c) Identify efficiency opportunities among state agencies.
(d) Serve as an educational forum for enterprise resource planning and management issues.
(e) Assist the State Technology Office in identifying critical statewide issues and, when appropriate, make recommendations for solving enterprise resource planning and management deficiencies.
(2) Members of the council shall include the Agency Chief Information Officers, including the Chief Information Officers of the agencies and governmental entities enumerated in s. 282.3031, except that there shall be one Chief Information Officer selected by the state attorneys and one Chief Information Officer selected by the public defenders. The chairs, or their designees, of the Florida Financial Management Information System Coordinating Council, the Criminal and Juvenile Justice Information Systems Council, and the Health Information Systems Council shall represent their respective organizations on the Chief Information Officers Council as voting members.
(3) The State Technology Office shall provide administrative support to the council.
History.--s. 10, ch. 97-286; s. 24, ch. 2000-164; s. 25, ch. 2001-261.