The office of Information Technology Services, in accordance to New York State Law, Chapter 15 of 2020, is seeking public comment concerning the use of legal material in an electronic format that guarantees the authenticity of and access to such legal materials of the state of New York. The request for public comment can be found here.
To participate in study, access https://forms.ny.gov/s3/Study-of-Electronic-Legal-Materials-for-New-York-State, complete the short survey, and click submit. Submissions may also be emailed to its.sm.LegalMaterialsStudy@its.ny.gov. Responses are due by September 4, 2020. Thank you.
The New York State Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) was created in 2012 to transform IT services in an effort to make New York State government work smarter for its citizens and enable the state to be accessible for businesses through the use of technology. ITS provides statewide IT strategic direction, directs IT policy and delivers centralized IT products and services that support the mission of the State. ITS operates data centers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to support statewide mission-critical applications for over 50 Agencies, over 17 million citizen accounts, 120,000 employee accounts, 60,000 phones, 99,000 desktops and laptops, and 3,433 Virtual Desktop remote connections. ITS operates a secure network of over 1,600 miles of fiber to deliver telecommunications, Internet and Intranet services, enterprise email systems and support, IT training, networking, data storage and processing to State government entities in addition to developing new services in support of citizens, businesses and State Agencies.