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A08525 Summary:

BILL NOA08525
 
SAME ASSAME AS S04247
 
SPONSORLancman (MS)
 
COSPNSRDestito, Benedetto, Peoples, Colton, Cook, Fields, John, Lavine, Rosenthal
 
MLTSPNSRBoyland, Eddington, Gabryszak, Galef, Gordon D, McEneny, Millman, Reilly, Schimminger, Sweeney, Towns
 
Add S715, Exec L
 
Authorizes the director of cyber security and critical infrastructure coordination to maintain maps, geographic images and data, and metadata.
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A08525 Actions:

BILL NOA08525
 
05/17/2007referred to governmental operations
05/30/2007reported
05/31/2007advanced to third reading cal.761
06/05/2007passed assembly
06/05/2007delivered to senate
06/05/2007REFERRED TO RULES
06/21/2007SUBSTITUTED FOR S4247
06/21/20073RD READING CAL.2045
06/21/2007PASSED SENATE
06/21/2007RETURNED TO ASSEMBLY
08/03/2007delivered to governor
08/15/2007signed chap.604
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A08525 Memo:

NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY
MEMORANDUM IN SUPPORT OF LEGISLATION
submitted in accordance with Assembly Rule III, Sec 1(f)
 
BILL NUMBER: A8525
 
SPONSOR: Lancman (MS)
  TITLE OF BILL: An act to amend the executive law, in relation to the maintenance of mapping data by the office of cyber security and critical infrastructure coordination   PURPOSE: The bill would provide statutory authority for the Office of Cyber Secu- rity and Critical Infrastructure Coordination (CSCIC) to create, main- tain and publicly disseminate Geographic Information Systems (GIS) related data.   SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS: Section one adds a new section 715 to the Executive Law authorizing CSCIC to maintain and make necessary changes to maps, geographic images, geographic data, and metadata. CSCIC is also authorized to promulgate rules and regulations to implement section 715.   EXISTING LAW: The Transportation law authorizes the Department of Transportation (DOT) to maintain maps, collect geographic information, and impose fees for preparing and certifying copies of maps, images, and other documents (see Transportation Law § 14; see also State Finance Law §15; 17 NYCRR § 1.2).   LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: This bill was introduced in the Legislature during the 2006 session (S8069) and passed the Senate, but not the Assembly.   STATEMENT IN SUPPORT: This bill codifies the transfer of functions from DOT to CSCIC for certain mapping functions formerly undertaken by the Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Group at DOT, and now administered in conjunction with the GIS program at CSCIC DOT and CSCIC entered into a memorandum of understanding to this effect in 2001. CSCIC has been serv- ing in the capacity of coordinator of GIS and has been developing and maintaining significant amounts of GIS related data. This legislation effectively transfers the statutory authority to create, maintain and publicly disseminate this GIS related data to CSCIC from DOT. The legis- lation also recognizes the change in technology for dissemination of information to include electronic formats as useful methodologies to reduce staff time.   BUDGET IMPLICATIONS: None.   EFFECTIVE DATE This act shall take effect immediately.
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