State Government E-Commerce Study Encouraging the Use of Electronic Financial Transactions With the Citizens of Iowa, January 20, 2006

(2006) State Government E-Commerce Study Encouraging the Use of Electronic Financial Transactions With the Citizens of Iowa, January 20, 2006. Administrative Services

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Abstract

This report was produced in compliance the 2005 Iowa Acts, Chapter 52 passed by the Eighty-First General Assembly, Session One (2005), requiring that it be submitted to the General Assembly by January 20, 2006. The legislative language mandating the report reads as follows: “It is the intent of the general assembly to encourage the use of electronic transactions with regard to the state's dealings with the citizens of Iowa and other persons. The department of administrative services shall develop recommendations, including proposed legislation, to encourage the use of electronic commerce, including the acceptance of credit card payments, with regard to transactions involving the state. The department shall consult with the state treasurer, state entities currently accepting credit card payments, and any other state entities identified as considering the acceptance of credit card payments when developing the recommendations. The department shall deliver a report to the general assembly by January 20, 2006, including any recommendations, proposed legislation, and other related information, including cost information associated with credit card payments.”

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: e-commerce, e-government, mandated, legislative, Treasurer
Subjects: Government finance and taxes > Government revenues > License fees
Information management and resources > Information technology > Ecommerce
ID Code: 3318
Deposited By: Tom Shepherd
Deposited On: 25 Jan 2006
Last Modified: 10 Feb 2009 17:04
URI: http://publications.iowa.gov/id/eprint/3318

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