§ 9-2-2905. Duties of the department in assisting the governor.
(a) The department may assist the governor in discharging his duties as chief executive and administrative officer of the executive branch of government of the state of Wyoming. The governor through the department shall:
(i) Coordinate, consolidate and provide information technology services which are used by more than one (1) agency;
(ii) Review agency information technology programs, expenditures and management to identify problems and suggest improvements;
(iii) Promote economy and efficiency in government use of information technology;
(iv) Establish uniform standards of information technology administration; and
(v) Establish uniform practices and reporting for government use of payment processor services.
(b) This article shall be construed to provide the governor, through the department, with a more coordinated and responsive system of information technology management of the executive branch of state government, and to preserve and protect the separation of powers mandated by article 2, section 1 of the Wyoming constitution. The legislature and the judiciary shall cooperate with the department and may utilize the services and assistance of the department to achieve economy in government, but information technology procedures affecting the administration of the legislature shall be determined by the legislature and the management council, and information technology procedures affecting the administration of the judiciary shall be determined by the judges for their respective courts, and they shall not be bound by rules and regulations promulgated by the department.