Senate Counsel, Research
and Fiscal Analysis
Minnesota Senate Bldg.
95 University Avenue W. Suite 3300
St. Paul, MN 55155
(651) 296-4791
Tom Bottern
Director
   Senate   
State of Minnesota
 
 
 
 
 
S.F. No. 576 - Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems Unexpended Funds
 
Author: Senator Mary Kiffmeyer
 
Prepared By: Stephanie James, Senate Counsel (651/296-0103)
 
Date: February 19, 2019



 

Under current law, the Office of MN.IT Services charges agencies for certain services that MN.IT provides for information technology. Receipts for those charged amounts are credited to the Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems and Services account and is appropriated to the Office of MN.IT Services for the purpose of defraying the costs of personnel and technology for activities that create government efficiencies in accordance with this chapter. The Office of MN.IT Services is required to report to the legislature on projected funded with the money.

Section 1 [Report; 16E.21, subd. 5] modifies the list of information that must be included in a report by the Office of MN.IT Services on projects funded by receipts credited to the Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems and Services account.

Section 2 [Treatment of Unexpended Funds in Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems and Services Account]. Current law requires that receipts credited to the Information and Telecommunications Technology Systems and Services Account lapse back to the fund the receipts came from if they are unspent and uncommitted after four years.  Subdivision 2 makes clear that this requirement applies to all receipts credited to the account at any time.

 
Check on the status of this bill
 
Back to Senate Counsel and Research Bill Summaries page
 

 
This page is maintained by the Office of Senate Counsel, Research, and Fiscal Analysis for the Minnesota Senate.
 
Last review or update: 02/19/2019
 
If you see any errors on this page, please e-mail us at webmaster@senate.mn