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2006 Florida Statutes

Development and implementation of information systems; guiding principles.
Section 282.3032, Florida Statutes 2006

282.3032  Development and implementation of information systems; guiding principles.--To ensure the best management of the state's information technology resources, the following guiding principles are adopted:

(1)  Enterprise resource planning by state governmental entities is a prerequisite for the effective development and implementation of information systems to enable sharing of data and cost-effective and efficient services to individuals.

(2)  The enterprise resource planning process, as well as coordination of development efforts, should include all principals from the outset.

(3)  State governmental entities should be committed to maximizing information sharing and participate in enterprise-wide efforts when appropriate.

(4)  State governmental entities should maximize public access to data, while complying with legitimate security, privacy, and confidentiality requirements.

(5)  State governmental entities should strive for an integrated electronic system for providing individuals with information to the extent possible.

(6)  To the extent that state government entities charge each other for data, this practice, insofar as possible, should be eliminated. Further, when the capture of data for mutual benefit can be accomplished, the costs for the development, capture, and network for access to that data should be shared.

(7)  The redundant capture, storage, and dissemination of data should, insofar as possible, be eliminated.

(8)  Only data that are auditable, or that otherwise can be determined to be accurate, valid, and reliable, should be maintained.

(9)  Methods of sharing data among different protocols should be developed without requiring major redesign or replacement of individual systems.

(10)  Integration of data elements should be achieved by establishing standard definitions, formats, and integrated electronic systems, when possible.

History.--s. 10, ch. 97-286; s. 18, ch. 2000-164.