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State Information Technology Act Agency Amendment Act, No. 38 of 2002
To amend the State Information Technology Agency Act, 1998, so as to alter certain definitions, to define other expressions, to delete certain definitions and to substitute obsolete references; to provide for the establishment of subsidiaries by the State Information Technology Agency (Pty) Ltd; to redefine the objects and functions of the Agency; to increase the maximum number of members of the Board of the Agency; to provide for alternate members for non -executive members of the Board; to align provisions regarding the transfer of staff and assets, the business and service level agreements and the regulatory powers with the adjusted functions of the Agency; to amend the method of determining tariffs for the cost of services of the Agency; to provide anew for the shareholding and share capital of the Agency; and to repeal provisions that became obsolete because of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999; to provide for the alteration of the Agency's memorandum of association; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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