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As used in the Department of Information Technology Act:
A. “department” means the department of information technology;
B. “information technology” means computer hardware and software and ancillary products and services, including:
(1) systems design and analysis;
(2) acquisition, storage and conversion of data;
(3) computer programming;
(4) information storage and retrieval;
(5) voice, radio, video and data communications;
(6) requisite systems;
(7) simulation and testing; and
(8) related interactions between users and information systems;
C. “information technology project” means the purchase, replacement, development or modification of a hardware or software system;
D. “secretary” means the secretary of information technology;
E. “state information architecture” means a logically consistent set of principles, policies and standards that guides the engineering of state government's information technology systems and infrastructure in a way that ensures alignment with state government's business needs;
F. “state information technology strategic plan” means the information technology planning document for the state that spans a three-year period; and
G. “telecommunication network” means the physical and logical components and all associated infrastructure used in transporting, routing, aggregating and delivering voice and data information from computer and telecommunications systems in one location to peer systems in another.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 9. Executive Department § 9-27-3. Definitions - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-9-executive-department/nm-st-sect-9-27-3/
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