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

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7. The functions of the chief information officer include
(0.1)  developing, and submitting to the Chair of the Conseil du trésor, an overall vision for information resources, including for the digital transformation of the Public Administration, and proposing the means for its implementation;
(0.2)  facilitating a good match between, on the one hand, government priorities and the priorities of public bodies and, on the other hand, the possibilities offered by information resources in terms of supporting those bodies’ transformation projects and day-to-day activities;
(1)  implementing the policies and directives made under this Act, overseeing their application and coordinating their execution;
(1.1)  making and sending to public bodies application instructions with respect to information resources with which the public bodies must comply;
(2)  advising the Chair of the Conseil du trésor and the Conseil du trésor on all aspects of information resources, in particular with regard to strategies, policies, budgets, management frameworks, standards, systems and acquisitions, and to human resources in relation to those information resources, and making recommendations on those matters;
(3)  drawing up the information resource investment and expenditure plan required under section 16.1 and any other planning document requested by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor;
(4)  coordinating the implementation of information resource initiatives, particularly those aimed at organizational transformation and, more specifically, those aimed at achieving a digital public administration centred on the needs of individuals, enterprises and public bodies;
(5)  rethinking and modernizing government enterprise architecture, in particular with regard to information security, information assets and information management;
(6)  (paragraph repealed);
(7)  disseminating best practices and innovative solutions and approaches with respect to information resources among public bodies and government enterprises, and informing the Chair of the Conseil du trésor of the results observed and the benefits obtained;
(7.1)  developing expertise with respect to information resources, in particular information security, digital transformation and information technologies, including digital technologies, so as to offer services, advice or support to public bodies and to strengthen the State’s know-how in such matters;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that public bodies consider all the technologies offering potential savings or benefits, or the pooling or sharing of such technologies, as well as development or acquisition models available to meet their needs, including open-source software;
(9)  publishing guides, proposing practices and offering services to support public bodies and government enterprises with respect to their information resources; and
(10)  exercising any other function assigned by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor or by the Government.
For the purposes of this Act, application instruction means any instruction given in writing that is related to the carrying out of activities, the fulfillment of responsibilities or the application of measures with respect to information resources.
2011, c. 19, s. 7; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 5; 2020, c. 22020, c. 2, s. 33; 2021, c. 222021, c. 22, s. 3.
7. The functions of the chief information officer include
(0.1)  developing, and submitting to the Conseil du trésor, an overall vision for information resources;
(0.2)  facilitating a good match between, on the one hand, government priorities and the priorities of public bodies and, on the other hand, the possibilities offered by information resources in terms of supporting those bodies’ transformation projects and day-to-day activities;
(1)  implementing the policies and directives made under this Act, overseeing their application and coordinating their execution;
(2)  advising the Conseil du trésor on all aspects of information resources, in particular with regard to strategies, policies, budgets, management frameworks, standards, systems and acquisitions, and to human resources in relation to those information resources, and making recommendations on those matters;
(3)  drawing up the information resource investment and expenditure plan required under section 16.1 and any other planning document requested by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor;
(4)  coordinating the implementation of information resource initiatives, particularly those aimed at organizational transformation and, more specifically, those aimed at achieving a digital public administration centred on the needs of individuals, enterprises and public bodies;
(5)  rethinking and modernizing government enterprise architecture, in particular with regard to information security, information assets and information management;
(6)  defining information security rules, including authentication rules, which may be complemented by specific rules adopted under this Act;
(7)  disseminating best practices and innovative solutions and approaches with respect to information resources among public bodies and government enterprises, and informing the Conseil du trésor of the results observed and the benefits obtained;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that public bodies 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)  publishing guides, proposing practices and offering services to support public bodies and government enterprises with respect to their information resources; and
(10)  exercising any other function assigned by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor or by the Government.
2011, c. 19, s. 7; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 5; 2020, c. 22020, c. 2, s. 33.
7. The functions of the chief information officer include
(0.1)  developing, and submitting to the Conseil du trésor, an overall vision for information resources;
(0.2)  facilitating a good match between, on the one hand, government priorities and the priorities of public bodies and, on the other hand, the possibilities offered by information resources in terms of supporting those bodies’ transformation projects and day-to-day activities;
(1)  implementing the policies and directives made under this Act, overseeing their application and coordinating their execution;
(2)  advising the Conseil du trésor on all aspects of information resources, in particular with regard to strategies, policies, budgets, management frameworks, standards, systems and acquisitions, and to human resources in relation to those information resources, and making recommendations on those matters;
(3)  drawing up the information resource investment and expenditure plan required under section 16.1 and any other planning document requested by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor;
(4)  coordinating the implementation of information resource initiatives, particularly those aimed at organizational transformation and, more specifically, e-government information resource initiatives centred on the needs of individuals, enterprises and public bodies;
(5)  rethinking and modernizing government enterprise architecture, in particular with regard to information security, information assets and information management;
(6)  defining information security rules, including authentication rules, which may be complemented by specific rules adopted under this Act;
(7)  disseminating best practices and innovative solutions and approaches with respect to information resources among public bodies and government enterprises, and informing the Conseil du trésor of the results observed and the benefits obtained;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that public bodies 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)  publishing guides, proposing practices and offering services to support public bodies and government enterprises with respect to their information resources; and
(10)  exercising any other function assigned by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor or by the Government.
2011, c. 19, s. 7; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 5.
7. The functions of the chief information officer include
(1)  implementing the policies and directives made under this Act, overseeing their application and coordinating their execution;
(2)  advising the Conseil du trésor on all aspects of information resources, in particular with regard to strategies, policies, budgets, management frameworks, standards, systems and acquisitions, and to human resources in relation to those information resources, and making recommendations on those matters;
(3)  consolidating the three-year plans and compiling all the pertinent information contained in the reviews filed by public bodies;
(4)  coordinating the implementation of information resource initiatives, particularly those aimed at organizational transformation and, more specifically, e-government information resource initiatives centred on the needs of individuals, enterprises and public bodies;
(5)  rethinking and modernizing government enterprise architecture, in particular with regard to information security, information assets and information management;
(6)  defining information security rules, including authentication rules, which may be complemented by specific rules adopted under this Act;
(7)  communicating information best practices to public bodies and government enterprises, and informing the Conseil du trésor of the results observed and the benefits obtained;
(8)  taking the necessary measures to ensure that public bodies consider open-source software on the same footing as any other software;
(9)  publishing guides, proposing practices and offering services to support public bodies and government enterprises with respect to their information resources; and
(10)  exercising any other function assigned by the Chair of the Conseil du trésor or by the Government.
2011, c. 19, s. 7.