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CHAPTER 551. LEGISLATIVE INTRANET

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551.1.    Statement of purpose.
551.2.    Limitation on access.
551.3.    Links to sites outside the Legislative Intranet.
551.4.    Enforcement.

§ 551.1. Statement of purpose.

 The Legislative Intranet was created and exists to serve the information needs of a specific group, rather than the general public. To preserve the integrity of the Legislative Intranet and to further its purposes, certain conditions on access and use are necessary.

§ 551.2. Limitation on access.

 Only offices of members and staff of the General Assembly, legislative service agencies, offices of State government under section 2(1.2) of the act (46 P. S. §  71.2(1.2)) and other persons the Committee with the approval of the Senate Committee on Management Operations and the Bipartisan Management Committee deems appropriate may access the Legislative Intranet.

§ 551.3. Links to sites outside the Legislative Intranet.

 A site on the Legislative Intranet may link to a site outside the Legislative Intranet if all of the following criteria are met:

   (1)  Information on the site is relevant to the legislative process.

   (2)  The site does not contain information that is political or partisan in nature.

   (3)  The site does not contain information of a predominantly religious nature.

   (4)  The site cannot reasonably be construed to endorse a commercial product or service.

   (5)  The operator of the site on the Legislative Intranet regularly monitors the other site to ensure that requirements of paragraphs (1)—(4) are met.

§ 551.4. Enforcement.

 (a)  Notice of noncompliance. The Executive Director will provide written notice to the office of a member or staff member of the General Assembly, legislative service agency or other person who fails to comply with this chapter.

 (b)  Suspension or revocation of access. The Executive Director may, with the approval of the Committee, the Senate Committee on Management Operations and the Bipartisan Management Committee, suspend or revoke access to the Legislative Intranet to the office of a member or staff member of the General Assembly, legislative service agency or other person who fails, after receipt of notice by the Executive Director under subsection (a), to comply with this chapter.



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