G-1.03 - Act respecting the governance and management of the information resources of public bodies and government enterprises

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12. (Repealed).
2011, c. 19, s. 12; 2017, c. 28, s. 7.
12. The functions of sectoral information officers include
(1)  ensuring that each public body to which they are attached applies the governance and management rules established under this Act;
(2)  assisting in the organizational transformation of that body;
(3)  seeing to the activities of that body that relate to information resources, in particular with regard to the development, maintenance and updating of applications and to the use of computers;
(4)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that each public body to which they are attached considers open-source software on the same footing as any other software;
(5)  reporting to the chief information officer on the progress and results of projects and other activities carried out by that body with respect to information resources;
(6)  ensuring the longevity of the information assets of that body;
(7)  participating in the consultative bodies established under this Act;
(8)  advising the deputy minister or the chief executive officer of each public body to which they are attached on information resources and related human resources;
(9)  defining, as necessary and in keeping with the rules set out in accordance with this Act, specific information management rules, including information security rules, which, after being approved by the Conseil du trésor, will apply to one or more of the public bodies to which they are attached; and
(10)  exercising any other function required under this Act.
2011, c. 19, s. 12.