The Government Data Advisory Board (GDAB) was created through HB 09-1285. It was specifically established to advise the State Chief Information Officer on activities and policies necessary to developing the interdepartmental data protocol created in HB 08-1364.
GDAB's mission is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of state government, citizen service delivery and policy-making by providing guidance and recommendations on how the state should govern and manage data and data management systems.
The Board has two primary roles:
Per HB 09-1285, the GDAB has the following duties:
A report will be given to the Legislature annually on or before March 1 by the State Chief Information Officer concerning implementing protocols for sharing data among state agencies and entities and with local governments and nongovernmental entities.