Florida Senate - 2017 PROPOSED COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE Bill No. CS for SB 362 Ì690666GÎ690666 576-02485-17 Proposed Committee Substitute by the Committee on Appropriations (Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government) 1 A bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to the Agency for State Technology; 3 amending s. 20.61, F.S.; establishing within the 4 agency a chief data officer position and the 5 Geographic Information Office; amending s. 282.0051, 6 F.S.; adding specified powers, duties, and functions 7 of the agency; amending s. 322.032, F.S.; requiring 8 the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 9 in collaboration with the agency, to establish and 10 implement certain protocols and standards related to 11 digital proofs of driver licenses and to procure an 12 application programming interface for a specified 13 purpose; conforming a provision to changes made by the 14 act; providing construction relating to a person’s 15 presentation of an electronic device displaying a 16 digital proof of driver license to a law enforcement 17 officer; providing an effective date. 18 19 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: 20 21 Section 1. Paragraph (f) is added to subsection (2) of 22 section 20.61, Florida Statutes, and subsection (4) is added to 23 that section, to read: 24 20.61 Agency for State Technology.—The Agency for State 25 Technology is created within the Department of Management 26 Services. The agency is a separate budget program and is not 27 subject to control, supervision, or direction by the Department 28 of Management Services, including, but not limited to, 29 purchasing, transactions involving real or personal property, 30 personnel, or budgetary matters. 31 (2) The following positions are established within the 32 agency, all of whom shall be appointed by the executive 33 director: 34 (f) Chief data officer. 35 (4) The Geographic Information Office is established within 36 the agency. 37 Section 2. Present subsection (19) of section 282.0051, 38 Florida Statutes, is redesignated as subsection (21), and a new 39 subsection (19) and subsection (20) are added to that section, 40 to read: 41 282.0051 Agency for State Technology; powers, duties, and 42 functions.—The Agency for State Technology shall have the 43 following powers, duties, and functions: 44 (19)(a) For data managed and controlled by state agencies, 45 establish a governance structure that promotes interoperability 46 and openness; 47 (b) Adopt rules governing data managed and controlled by 48 state agencies; and 49 (c) Establish a catalog of data sources utilized by state 50 agencies which documents the acceptable use of, security and 51 compliance requirements for, sharing agreements for, and format 52 and methods available to access the data. 53 54 The chief data officer of the agency shall implement this 55 subsection. 56 (20) Establish pursuant to s. 20.61 the geographic 57 information systems enterprise architecture and governance with 58 which state agencies must comply. 59 Section 3. Subsections (1) and (2) of section 322.032, 60 Florida Statutes, are amended to read 61 322.032 Digital proof of driver license.— 62 (1) The department, in collaboration with the Agency for 63 State Technology, shall establish and implement
begin to review64 and prepare for the development of asecure and uniform 65 protocols and standards systemfor issuing an optional digital 66 proof of driver license and shall procure any application 67 programming interface necessary to enable a private entity to 68 securely manufacture a digital proof of driver license. The 69 department may contract with one or more private entities to 70 develop a digital proof of driver license system. 71 (2)(a) A Thedigital proof of driver license developed by72 the department or by an entity contracted by the departmentmust 73 be in such a format as to allow law enforcement to verify the 74 authenticity of the digital proof of driver license. The 75 department may adopt rules to ensure valid authentication of a 76 digital proof of driver license licensesby law enforcement. 77 (b) The act of presenting to a law enforcement officer an 78 electronic device displaying a digital proof of driver license 79 does not constitute consent for the officer to access any 80 information on the device other than the digital proof of driver 81 license. 82 (c) A person who presents such device to the officer 83 assumes liability for any resulting damage to the device. 84 Section 4. This act shall take effect October 1, 2017.