It is the duty of the governor as the supreme executive power of the state to restrict
the number of employees in the various offices, boards, divisions, and agencies of
the executive department to the lowest number required for efficient operation thereof. In making any appointment or in approving any appointment made by any other official
of the executive department, the governor shall certify in writing that he deems such
appointment necessary and for the best interests of the public service. In the exercise of his responsibility, the governor may delegate in writing to some
other official the power to approve or disapprove appointments made by other officials
of the executive department, subject always to final review by the governor at his
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