section .0200 - specifications
09 NCAC 06b .0201 TYPES OF SPECIFICATIONS
There shall be two general types of specifications. A standard specification shall be originated and developed by ITS or any other agency or commission, statutorily authorized to develop standards. It shall be comprehensive in nature, intended for repeated use and may be changed, as quickly and as often or necessary, to address changes in the technology marketplace. An example of this type of specification is one that complies with the required statewide Technical Architecture as developed by the Information Resource Management Commission (IRMC) for statewide use. The other general type of specification shall be originated by the user and modified as necessary by ITS to accomplish the overall efforts to manage the area of information technology effectively. This type of specification may include, but is not limited to, "brand name or equal" or "brand specific" technical and functional specifications.
History Note: Authority G.S. 147-33.95(b); 147-33.103(b);
Temporary Adoption Eff. January 1, 2000;
Eff. August 1, 2000.