(a) The commission shall appoint an executive director to administer the daily operations
of the commission in compliance with federal law.
(b) A reference in this code or another law to the “agency administrator” of the commission
means the executive director.
(c) The executive director may:
(1) appoint and prescribe the powers and duties of all commission staff, including
officers, accountants, attorneys, experts, and other persons as necessary in the performance
of the commission's duties;
(2) delegate authority to a person appointed under this section as the executive director
considers reasonable and proper for the effective administration of this title;
(3) employ and terminate the employment of commission staff members; and
(4) bond any person that handles money or signs checks under this title.
(d) The executive director or a person designated by the executive director shall
develop a system of annual performance evaluations based on measurable job tasks. All merit pay for commission employees must be based on the system established under
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