Or. Admin. R. 128-010-0005 - Purpose

Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022

(1) The Office of the State Chief Information Officer (Office) operates and maintains the State Private Communications Network comprised of State owned facilities; facilities and services that the Office has acquired or leased, or may acquire or lease from or share with other government entities; or facilities and services that the Office has acquired or leased, or may acquire or lease, from communications providers. The Office wishes to continue to operate and maintain the State's Private Communications Network, as well as to further develop and expand, the State's Private Communications Network, for the benefit of the State Agencies, local, federal and tribal government entities, and communities of interest. The primary purpose of these rules is to establish the process by which the Office will determine if Broadband services and operations proposed to be provided to Non-State Entities are already offered by Telecommunications Providers and, if not, to establish the process by which the Office may provide Broadband services and operations to Non-State Entities.
(2) Nothing in these Division 10 rules is intended or shall be construed to prohibit a Non-State Entity from providing Broadband services and operations to itself and others in compliance with applicable law, or from acquiring Broadband services and operations in compliance with applicable law from a Telecommunications Provider at any time, on terms and conditions agreed to by the Non-State Entity and the Telecommunications Provider.

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Or. Admin. R. 128-010-0005
OSCIO 1-2019, adopt filed 03/26/2019, effective 3/26/2019

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 183.325-410, ORS 276A

Statutes/Other Implemented: Or Laws 2018, ch 51 (HB 4023)

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