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41-1803. Statewide critical infrastructure information system; disclosure; definition
A. The department of public safety shall establish and operate a statewide critical infrastructure information system.
B. When the department of public safety declares through written notice to all state agencies and local governments that the statewide critical infrastructure information system is operational, all state agencies and local governments shall only use the statewide critical infrastructure information system and shall not operate independent critical infrastructure information systems. State agencies and local governments are not required to use the statewide system if they are operating or developing a critical infrastructure information system before the department of public safety declares that the statewide critical infrastructure information system is operational. State agencies and local governments shall make efforts to ensure that the statewide system is interoperable with other critical infrastructure information systems allowed by law.
C. All state and local government-owned critical infrastructure facilities that are occupied by state or local government employees shall be added to the statewide critical infrastructure information system when funding is available. Nothing in this article requires any state agency or local government to add a critical infrastructure facility to the system unless the entire cost of adding the facility is provided by available federal monies.
D. Except for state and local government-owned critical infrastructure facilities, any entity may voluntarily participate in the statewide critical infrastructure information system at its own cost. Tribal participation shall be supported with federal monies provided directly or by this state under procedures established for grant allocations by the office of the governor.
E. Consistent with the guidelines developed under section 41-1804, the department of public safety shall make critical infrastructure information available, consistent with information protection procedures, to all state, local, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies, the department of emergency and military affairs, public health organizations, the Arizona department of agriculture, the department of health services, fire departments and other organizations as necessary to safeguard personnel and property in this state.
F. The department of public safety shall pursue federal monies for all state and local critical infrastructure facilities to be added to the system.
G. All critical infrastructure and key resource information that is protected by the critical infrastructure information act of 2002 (6 United States Code section 133) and that is provided to or in the possession of any state agency or political subdivision of this state, or an authorized agent of a state agency or political subdivision, is confidential and exempt from public disclosure under this chapter and title 39, chapter 1. When information is provided pursuant to this subsection, the provider is responsible for notifying the recipient that such information is critical infrastructure or key resource information.
H. For the purposes of this article, "local government" means any county, city, town, school district or tribal law enforcement agency.