House Committee on Automatic Data Processing in State Government - 61st R.S. (1969)
- Marvin Baker
- A.W. Wortham
- Study the proper utilization of automatic data processing in State Government, and see if more capitalization of this equipment would be more economical.
- Examine the current usage of all electronic data processing equipment including transmission of data from one location to another. The Committee shall seek the advice of State agencies as well as private industry and may examine the experience and practices of State governments in other states, private industry and the Federal Government, and report its findings and recommendations to the 62nd Legislature.
Appointed by Speaker 10/29/1969, pursuant to HSR 274.
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