(a) In this section, “border region” means the portion of this state located within 100 kilometers of this state's international
(b) The board may maintain and update an Internet-based directory of border projects,
also know as the Border Activity Tracker, containing information about projects in
the border region in which a state agency is involved. The board shall establish guidelines as to which projects and information are to
be included in the directory.
(c) Each state agency involved in a project in the border region may electronically
submit to the board any information required under this section to be on the Internet-based
directory of border projects. Each state agency shall update the information promptly, not less often than quarterly.
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