The director shall adopt rules, consistent with the purposes and provisions of this
chapter and with the best standards of personnel administration, regarding the basis
and procedures to be followed for:
(1) Certification of names for vacancies;
(2) Examinations for all positions in the competitive and noncompetitive service;
(4) Permitting agency heads to delegate the authority to appoint, reduce, dismiss,
suspend, or demote employees within their agencies if such agency heads do not have
specific statutory authority to so delegate: PROVIDED, That the director may not
authorize such delegation to any position lower than the head of a major subdivision
of the agency;
(5) Assuring persons who are or have been employed in classified positions before
July 1, 1993, will be eligible for employment, reemployment, transfer, and promotion
in respect to classified positions covered by this chapter;
(6) Affirmative action in appointment, promotion, transfer, recruitment, training,
and career development; development and implementation of affirmative action goals
and timetables; and monitoring of progress against those goals and timetables.
The director shall consult with the human rights commission in the development of
rules pertaining to affirmative action.
Rules adopted under this section by the director shall provide for local administration
and management by the institutions of higher education and related boards, subject
to periodic audit and review by the director.
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