(a) The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the fact that Colorado residents need digital
access to government services to allow them to safely access government services while
carrying on necessary business and other activities;
(b) Even as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, it remains important to provide digital
access to government services to modernize government operations, save taxpayers time
and money, and improve accessibility to government services and information throughout
the state; and
(c) The office is well positioned to advance and innovate the state's adoption of,
and increase its offerings for, digital access to government services, which offerings
would further maximize the value of the state's investment in broadband deployment.
(2)(a) The office shall enter into an enterprise agreement with a third-party vendor
to develop and implement a strategic plan to expand and improve digital access to
government services through the use of broadband.
(b) In developing the strategic plan, the office and the vendor shall consult with
stakeholders throughout the state that represent various interested parties including:
(I) Residents of the state;
(II) Groups representing or advocating for historically marginalized communities or
residents of the state;
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