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36-2925. Information system; administrative services; agreements with other states; report
A. Notwithstanding any other law, the administration may enter into an agreement with other states to design, develop, install and operate an information system and related services or other administrative services.
B. An agreement entered into pursuant to this section shall require that the administration is compensated for all agreed on direct and indirect costs associated with providing the information system and services.
C. An agreement with another state entered into pursuant to this section shall include specific terms that hold the state harmless from the imposition of any damages, sanctions or penalties or the withholding of any monies due the state for services provided, with respect to any matter related to performance under that agreement.
D. The agreement must result in a cost savings to the administration that is designated in the agreement as a portion of the administration's operating costs that the contracting state agrees to pay.
E. All monies that are received by the administration and that are based on the agreement shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in the administration's intergovernmental service fund established by section 36-2927.
F. The administration may enter into intergovernmental agreements with other agencies of this state to provide the facilities, equipment or services that are necessary to fulfill an agreement entered into pursuant to this section. The intergovernmental agreement shall specify whether the payment for facilities, equipment or services shall be made by the contracting state directly to the agency or through the intergovernmental service fund established by section 36-2927.
G. The administration shall submit all intergovernmental agreements entered into pursuant to this section to the governor for approval before it finalizes the agreement.
H. The administration shall report annually by January 1 on the status of any agreement with another state to the speaker of the house of representatives, the president of the senate and the chairmen of the house and senate appropriations committees. The report shall include the status report of the specific projects that are subject to the agreement, the financial status of the project and a description of any personnel initiatives that the administration has initiated with monies received from the agreement with another state.