DCS Rules & Statutes

Created in 1976 by statute, the Division of Central Services (DCS) and its units exist to provide centralized business support services at competitive pricing to state agencies. In order to maximize volume-based savings, all state agencies, except institutions of higher education as allowed under HB 04-1009, are required to participate.

DCS RULES (Revised/Effective October 30, 2015)

Division of Central Services (DCS)/Integrated Document Solutions (IDS)

— 1 CCR 103-1 

Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)

— 1 CCR 103-6 

 



DPA/DCS STATUTES (Revised July 2018)

Integrated Document Solutions (IDS)

— TITLE 24 — PART 11 

Address Confidentiality Program (ACP)

— TITLE 24 — PART 21

— TITLE 18 — CRIMINAL CODE/Sec. 18-9-313, C.R.S. (ACP/Supplemental Resource Statute)

State Archives

TITLE 24 - ARTICLE 6 — Public (Open) Meetings

TITLE 24 - ARTICLE 72 — Public (Open) Records

— TITLE 24 - ARTICLE 80 — State History, Archives, Emblems