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

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10.1. The functions of an information officer include
(1)  ensuring that each public body to which the information officer is attached applies the guidelines, strategies, policies, standards, directives, rules and application instructions made under this Act;
(2)  coordinating and promoting organizational transformation within each of those bodies;
(3)  reporting to the chief information officer on the progress and results of the information resource projects of each of those bodies and on compliance with the obligations under this Act;
(4)  ensuring, if the information officer is attached to two or more public bodies, the consolidation of the planning tools produced by those bodies;
(5)  participating in the governance committee established under section 12.1;
(6)  advising the chief executive officer of each public body to which the information officer is attached on all aspects of information resources, in particular as regards innovative approaches and solutions that could meet its needs;
(7)  defining, as necessary and in keeping with the rules established in accordance with this Act, specific information management rules, including information security rules, which, after being approved by the Conseil du trésor, will be applicable to all or some of the public bodies to which the information officer is attached;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that the bodies to which the information officer is attached consider all the technologies offering potential savings or benefits or the pooling or sharing of such technologies, as well as the development or acquisition models available to meet their needs, including open-source software;
(9)  ensuring the longevity of the information assets of the public bodies to which the information officer is attached;
(9.1)  acting as deputy chief information security officer by assuming the responsibilities under section 12.7;
(9.2)  acting as delegated manager of government digital data by assuming the responsibilities under section 12.13, except where the incumbent minister of the department to whom the delegated manager reports or the chief executive officer of a public body who is so authorized by the Conseil du trésor designates another person as delegated manager of government digital data, following the rules set out in section 8 for the designation of the information officer, with the necessary modifications; and
(10)  exercising any other function required under this Act.
The specific rules defined in accordance with subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph by the information officer designated by the Minister of Health and Social Services may, in the cases provided for in an Act administered by that minister, also apply to bodies and persons in the health and social services network. That information officer also exercises any functions required under such an Act.
2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 6; 2021, c. 222021, c. 22, s. 6.
10.1. The functions of an information officer include
(1)  ensuring that each public body to which the information officer is attached applies the governance and management rules established under this Act and that the guidelines determined under the second paragraph of section 21 are implemented;
(2)  coordinating and promoting organizational transformation within each of those bodies;
(3)  reporting to the chief information officer on the progress and results of the information resource projects of each of those bodies;
(4)  ensuring, if the information officer is attached to two or more public bodies, the consolidation of the planning tools produced by those bodies;
(5)  participating in the governance committee established under section 12.1;
(6)  advising the chief executive officer of each public body to which the information officer is attached on all aspects of information resources, in particular as regards innovative approaches and solutions that could meet its needs;
(7)  defining, as necessary and in keeping with the rules established in accordance with this Act, specific information management rules, including information security rules, which, after being approved by the Conseil du trésor, will be applicable to all or some of the public bodies to which the information officer is attached;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that the bodies to which the information officer is attached consider all the technologies offering potential savings or benefits and all the development or acquisition models available to meet their needs, including open-source software;
(9)  ensuring the longevity of the information assets of the public bodies to which the information officer is attached; and
(10)  exercising any other function required under this Act.
The specific rules defined in accordance with subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph by the information officer designated by the Minister of Health and Social Services may, in the cases provided for in an Act administered by that minister, also apply to bodies and persons in the health and social services network. That information officer also exercises any functions required under such an Act.
2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 6.