§2253. Permissive duties; approval of secretary

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Published: 2015

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Title

03

:
Executive






Chapter

045

:
ADMINISTRATION






Subchapter

003
:
COMMISSIONERS AND DIRECTORS










 

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2253. Permissive duties; approval of secretary

Each

commissioner may, with the approval of the secretary,

(1) Transfer

classified positions within or between divisions subject only to state laws and

regulations.

(2) Cooperate

with the appropriate federal agencies and administer federal funds in support

of programs within the department.

(3) Submit plans

and reports, and in other respects comply with federal law and regulations

which pertain to programs administered by the department.

(4) Adopt rules

for the internal administration of the department and its programs.

(5) Appoint a

deputy commissioner. All such appointments shall be in writing and recorded in

the office of the secretary of state. In case a vacancy occurs in the office of

a commissioner, or the commissioner is absent, his or her deputy shall assume

and discharge the duties of office until the vacancy is filled, or the

commissioner returns.

(6) Create such

advisory councils or committees as he or she deems necessary within the

department, and appoint their members, for a term not exceeding his or hers.

(7) Provide

training and instruction for any employees of the department, at the expense of

the department, in educational institutions or other places.

(8) Organize,

reorganize, transfer or abolish divisions, staff functions or sections within

the department. This authority shall not extend to divisions or other bodies

created by law. (1971, No. 92, § 5(d), eff. June 1, 1971; amended 1987, No. 243

(Adj. Sess.), § 14, eff. June 13, 1988.)
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