§5A-8-6. Records management and preservation advisory committee.
A records management and preservation advisory committee is
continued within the department of administration, to advise the
administrator and to perform such other duties as this article
requires. The records management and preservation advisory
committee shall be composed of the following members: The
governor, auditor, attorney general, president of the senate,
speaker of the house of delegates, the chief justice of the supreme
court of appeals, a judge of a circuit court to be appointed by the
governor, the director of the office of emergency services, and the
director of the section of archives and history of the division of
culture and history, or their respective designated
representatives. The advisory committee shall designate one of its
members to be chairman, and it shall adopt rules for the conduct of
its business. The advisory committee shall meet whenever called by
its chairman or the administrator. The members of the advisory
committee shall serve without compensation but shall be reimbursed
for all reasonable and necessary expenses actually incurred in the
performance of their duties as members of the advisory committee;
except that in the event the expenses are paid, or are to be paid,
by a third party, the member shall not be reimbursed by the state.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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