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Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither the Grantee nor any other person has cause of action against the System Agency for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the Department of Information Resources.
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Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither the Contractor nor any other person has cause of action against System Agency for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the System Agency of Information Resources.
Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither Local Government nor any other person has cause of action against the System Agency for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the Department of Information Resources.
Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither the Grantee nor any other person has cause of action against DSHS for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the Department of Information Resources.
Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither the Performing Agency nor any other person has cause of action against System Agency for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the Department of Information Resources.
Under Tex. Gov’t Code § 2054.465, neither the Contractor nor any other person has cause of action against DSHS for a claim of a failure to comply with Tex. Gov’t Code Chapter 2054, Subchapter M, and rules of the Department of Information Resources.

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