Iowa Admin. Code r. 751-7.4 - Authorized facility connectivity

The following facilities used by authorized users shall be permitted to connect directly to the network.

(1) Educational facilities. The following educational facilities may have a direct connection to the network for voice, video and data transmissions including Internet access.
a. Public or private K-12 schools;
b. Public or private school administration facilities;
c. Area education agencies;
d. Local school board offices;
e. Accredited private nonprofit colleges or universities eligible for tuition grants;
f. Regents facilities;
g. Community colleges;
h. Off-site, dedicated classrooms, wherever located;
i. Iowa law enforcement academy;
j. University-affiliated research facilities.
(2) State agency facilities. The following state agency facilities may have a direct connection to the network for voice, video and data transmissions including Internet access.
a. State departments, agencies, and field offices;
b. Iowa National Guard facilities;
c. Judicial branch facilities;
d. Community-based correction facilities;
e. Buildings owned or leased by the state;
f. Iowa state fairgrounds;
g. Legislative branch facilities.
(3) Federal government facilities. The following federal agency facilities may have a direct connection to the network for voice, video and data transmissions including Internet access.
a. Federal departments and agencies including regional, territorial, zone and state offices;
b. Federal judicial branch facilities;
c. Federal legislative branch facilities;
d. Buildings owned or leased by the federal government.
(4) U.S. Post Office. A U.S. Post Office may have a direct connection to the network for voice, video and data transmissions if it receives a federal grant for a pilot or demonstration project.
(5) Telemedicine connectivity.
a. The following telemedicine facilities may connect directly to the network for video and data transmissions including Internet access.
(1) Hospitals licensed pursuant to Iowa Code chapter 135B;
(2) Physician clinics to the extent provided in Iowa Code section 8D. 13(16).
b. Access is offered to the Iowa Hospital Association for the purposes of collection, maintenance, and dissemination of health and financial data for hospitals and for hospital education services.
(6) Library connectivity. The following libraries may connect to the network for voice, video and data transmissions including Internet access.
a. City public libraries;
b. Regional public libraries as provided in Iowa Code chapter 256;
c. County libraries as provided in Iowa Code chapter 336.
(7) County and local government facilities. The following county and local government facilities may have a direct connection to the network for voice, video and data transmissions including Internet access.
a. County courthouses or other state judicial facilities to the extent the courthouse or other state judicial facilities are used by state judicial branch employees or its vendors or service providers;
b. The city of Des Moines governmental facilities.
(8) Emergency services for county and local government facilities. The following facilities may be connected to the network for data transmissions only:
a. Emergency management facilities;
b. Federal, state and local enforcement agency facilities as provided in Iowa Code section 80.9;
c. Disaster services sites or facilities;
d. Emergency warning sites, facilities, or telecommunications facilities;
e. Other emergency information dissemination service sites, facilities, or telecommunications facilities;
f. Local emergency management offices established under the authority of Iowa Code sections 29C.9 and 29C.10.

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 751-7.4

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