Substitute for HOUSE BILL No. 2129
74-9201 and 75-7202 and repealing the existing sections.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:
Section 1. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 74-9201 is hereby amended to read as
follows: 74-9201. (a) There is hereby established the Kansas film serv-
ices commission. The commission shall consist of 19 voting members as
follows: (1) One member of the senate appointed by the president of the
senate; (2) one member of the senate appointed by the minority leader
of the senate; (3) one member of the house of representatives appointed
by the speaker of the house of representatives; (4) one member of the
house of representatives appointed by the minority leader of the house
of representatives; and (5) fifteen members appointed by the governor.
One of the members appointed by the governor shall be appointed from
each tourism region recognized and designated as a tourism region by
the secretary of commerce and housing. All members appointed by the
governor shall be appointed for terms of three years, except that of the
members first appointed, five shall be appointed for one-year terms, five
shall be appointed for two-year terms and five shall be appointed for
three-year terms. The governor shall designate the term for which each
of the members first appointed shall serve. In addition to the voting mem-
bers of the commission, six members of the commission shall serve ex
officio: The secretary of commerce and housing, the secretary of trans-
portation, the secretary of wildlife and parks, the secretary of health and
environment, the executive director of the Kansas arts commission and
the secretary of the state historical society. Each ex officio member of
the commission may designate an officer or employee of the state agency
of the ex officio member to serve on the commission in place of the ex
officio member. The ex officio members of the commission, or their des-
ignees, shall be nonvoting members of the commission and shall provide
information and advice to the commission. In addition to the voting and
ex officio members of the commission, the governor may appoint such
number of representatives of the film industry to nonvoting membership
on the commission as may be recommended by the secretary of com-
merce and housing.
(b) Legislative members shall be appointed for terms coinciding with
the terms for which such members are elected. All legislative members
and members appointed by the governor shall serve without compensa-
tion. All members appointed to fill vacancies in the membership of the
commission and all members appointed to succeed members appointed
to membership on the commission shall be appointed in like manner as
that provided for the original appointment of the member succeeded. All
members appointed to fill vacancies of a member of the commission ap-
pointed by the governor shall be appointed to fill the unexpired term of
(c) The members of the commission shall elect annually a chairperson
and vice-chairperson for the commission from among its members. The
commission shall meet at least four times each year at the call of the
chairperson of the commission. Ten voting members of the commission
shall constitute a quorum.
(d) Members of the commission who are not legislators shall receive
mileage, tolls and parking as provided in K.S.A. 75-3223, and amend-
ments thereto, for attendance at any meeting of the commission or any
subcommittee meeting authorized by the commission. Legislative mem-
bers of the commission shall be paid amounts provided in subsection (e)
of K.S.A. 75-3223, and amendments thereto, for attendance at any meet-
ing of the commission or any subcommittee meeting authorized by the
Sec. 2. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 75-7202 is hereby amended to read as
follows: 75-7202. (a) There is hereby established the information tech-
nology executive council which shall be attached to the department of
administration for purposes of administrative functions.
(b) The council shall be composed of 17 voting members as follows:
The secretary of administration; two cabinet agency heads; one nonca-
binet agency head; the director of the budget; the executive chief infor-
mation technology officer; the legislative chief information technology
officer; the judicial chief information technology officer and the judicial
administrator of the Kansas supreme court; the executive director of the
Kansas board of regents; the commissioner of education; one represen-
tative of cities; one representative of counties; the network manager of
the information network of Kansas (INK); and three representatives from
the private sector who are chief executive officers or chief information
technology officers. The chief information technology architect shall be
a nonvoting member of the council. The two cabinet agency heads, the
noncabinet agency head, the representative of cities, the representative
of counties and the representatives from the private sector shall be ap-
pointed by the governor for a term not to exceed 18 months. Upon ex-
piration of an appointed member's term, the member shall continue to
hold office until the appointment of a successor. Nonappointed members
shall serve ex officio.
(c) The secretary of administration shall serve as the chairperson of
(d) The council shall hold meetings and hearings in the city of Topeka
or at such other places as the council designates, on call of the chairperson
or on request of four or more members.
(e) Members of the council may not appoint an individual to repre-
sent them on the council and only members of the council may vote.
(f) Members of the council shall not be eligible for compensation,
subsistence allowances, mileage or other expenses receive mileage, tolls
and parking as provided in K.S.A. 75-3223, and amendments thereto, for
attendance at any meeting of the council or any subcommittee meeting
authorized by the council, except that agencies may pay subsistence, mile-
age and other expenses to their representatives on the council.
Sec. 3. K.S.A. 2000 Supp. 74-9201 and 75-7202 are hereby repealed.
Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its
publication in the Kansas register.
Approved April 18, 2000.
Published in the Kansas Register April 26, 2000.
Date Composed: 09/25/2001 Date Modified: 09/25/2001