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The Joint Committee on Compilation, Revision and Publication of Legislation may contract with a reputable and competent company to perform any services necessary to update any computer tape, disc or other technological medium furnished with the Mississippi Code of 1972, and to provide for and update a CD-ROM (compact disc, read-only memory) or other disc or technological medium containing the Mississippi Code of 1972 and its annotations, so that all laws of a general nature passed by the Legislature subsequent to the 1971 Session thereof will be incorporated therein in the same format as the pocket part supplements and supplemental material contained in replacement volumes to the Code of 1972. This contract may be made with the same publishing company contracted with under Section 1-1-107(a) and may be included as a provision of that contract with the publishing company instead of being a separate contract.
If the same cannot be contracted for, at and for a consideration considered reasonable, the joint committee may request the Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services to perform such services and pay over to the department such sums as may be appropriated for such purposes, and the Mississippi Department of Information Technology Services may expend such sums as paid over for the employment of personnel and the purchase of such services, supplies, materials and equipment as may be required to perform the work.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 1. Laws and Statutes § 1-1-59. Update of electronic publications - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-1-laws-and-statutes/ms-code-sect-1-1-59/
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