(a) There is hereby established, within the Kansas department of wildlife, parks and
tourism, the division of tourism. The head of the division of tourism shall be the director of tourism, who shall
be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the secretary of wildlife, parks and
tourism. The director of tourism shall be in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil
service act and shall receive an annual salary fixed by the secretary of wildlife,
parks and tourism.
(b)(1) The director of tourism shall appoint, in accordance with the provisions of
the Kansas civil service act, such employees as may be needed, in the judgment of
the director, to carry out the powers and duties of the division of tourism.
(2) All officers and employees of the division of tourism shall act for and exercise
the powers of the director of tourism to the extent that authority to do so is delegated
by the director. Subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 32-810 through 32-818, and amendments thereto, the director of tourism may organize the division of tourism
in the manner the director of tourism deems most efficient.
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