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Archives Interim 1999 Joint Legislative Computer Management Committee

Committee Members
Representatives Senators
Rep. Ron May, Chair Sen. Mark Hillman, Vice-Chair
Rep. Tom Plant Sen. Stan Matsunaka
Rep. Penfield Tate Sen. Terry Phillips
Rep. Brad Young Sen. Ron Teck


Staff Contact - Scott Nachtrieb,, Dan Chapman,, 303-866-3521.

Agendas and meeting summaries can be accessed using the Meeting Date links located below. An agenda will be available prior to each meeting. After the meeting has been held, the meeting summary, upon completion, will be available through the same Meeting Date link.

Committee Schedule

Meeting Date Time Location
February 15, 1999 3:30 p.m. HCR 0111
April 26, 1999 3:00 p.m. HCR 0109
October 15, 1999 9:00 a.m. HCR 0109
November 16, 1999  9:00 a.m. HCR 0112
December 17, 1999 9:00 a.m. CANCELED 

Summary of Study Charge

To study the feasibility of expanding the computer services available to members of the General Assembly and the organizational framework within which legislative computer services are currently provided. The following study items have been identified for the 1999 interim:

    1. A discussion of the need for legislative oversight, under House Bill 99-1348, of the following:

    • information technology; 
    • the Commission on Information Management;
    • telecommunications coordination within state government;
    • the General Government Computer Center; 
    • the Division of State Archives and Public Records; and,
    • the Central Indexing System Board.

    2. Monitoring of the new Innovation and Technology Office (HB 99-1372).

    3. Training of members in the use of their laptop computers and LIS plans for replacing and disposing of laptops on a two or three year cycle.

    4. The feasibility of wireless computer systems for the LSB building.

    5. Status of the CLICS project and monitoring of future directions.

    6. A project to provide electronic access to bill histories (fiscal notes, etc.) for 1997 and 1998 on the network, to include a key word search engine or a way of searching bills by subject. Also, the committee needs to make a policy decision as to how many years of bill history should be stored for electronic retrieval (5 years? 8 years?).

    7. The feasibility of providing real time audio to the internet and intranet.

In addition, the committee continues to pursue long-range goals related to information access for members of the General Assembly both at the State Capitol and from remote locations. Historically, the committee has also explored methods of providing greater public access to legislative information through the use of computer technology.


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