Providing technical services involving management and organization
The Oregon Department of Administrative Services, or the State Chief Information Officer for purposes related to information and telecommunications technology, may provide technical services to state agencies for management improvement development and the development of economies in the organization and administration of state agencies. The technical services may include consulting studies in work simplification, work measurement, equipment utilization and other management improvement concepts. The department or the State Chief Information Officer shall determine and charge the cost of the technical services, or portions of the technical services, to the state agency served. The state agency shall pay the cost to the department or the State Chief Information Officer, as appropriate, in the same manner that the state agency pays other claims against the state agency. The State Chief Information Officer shall deposit all moneys that the State Chief Information Officer receives from state agencies for services under this section into the State Information Technology Operating Fund. [1965 c.365 §3; 2015 c.807 §39]
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