The Resource Agency history of the Virginia Division of Legislative Automated Systems

Agency history of the Virginia Division of Legislative Automated Systems

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Agency history of the Virginia Division of Legislative Automated Systems
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Agency history of the Virginia Division of Legislative Automated Systems
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The Division of Legislative Automated Systems (DLAS) was created in 1980 to "represent the interests of the General Assembly in activities involving obtaining and maintaining data processing services, electronic components, and other related items". Specific duties and responsibilities identified in the Code of Virginia include: operate a data processing center, establish and maintain a legislative information system, obtain and manage publishing and printing services, perform computing and programming services, provide technical assistance, and collect fees to offset service and printing costs. The division employs staff organized into five operational units: Local Area Network Systems, Wide Area Network Systems, User Services, Publication Development, and Publication Distribution and Printing. DLAS staff strive to design, implement, and maintain information system solutions that enhance the on-going activities of the General Assembly and legislative agencies.
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VIC
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Agency history of the Virginia Division of Legislative Automated Systems
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  • This is not a record. It is background information for Virginia's state government records
  • Agency history compiled in 1990; reviewed in 2009; revised in 2009
  • Record Group 124
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  • The Library of Virginia
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000491523

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