1-33-9Bureau of Human Resources and Administration--Duties.

The Bureau of Human Resources and Administration shall:

(1)    Provide workers' compensation coverage and a group health and flexible benefit plan for all state employees unless such duties are delegated to another agency pursuant to chapter 1-24;

(2)    Administer recruitment and classification for all civil service employees unless such duties are delegated to another agency pursuant to chapter 1-24;

(3)    Provide human resource management and programs including programs governing human resource planning, training and development, internships, performance evaluation, employee assessment and testing, classification, compensation, recruitment, and other matters relating to human resource management for all of the executive branch of state government under the control of the Governor and by agreement for other state government agencies;

(4)    Perform all administrative functions for the Civil Service Commission;

(5)    Employ such staff as are necessary to perform its duties;

(6)    Contract as is necessary to perform its duties;

(7)    Keep an exact and true inventory of all property, real and personal, belonging to the state and promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 enumerating the types and classes of public personal property to be included in the inventory required by § 5-24-1;

(8)    Administer the procurement of supplies, services, and public improvements as prescribed in chapters 5-18A, 5-18B, and 5-18D;

(9)    Supervise such central administrative services as transportation, mail, records management, and document reproduction services, and make provisions for the supplying of office supplies and furniture;

(10)    Maintain the buildings and grounds of the capitol complex and install central facilities to be used by all state agencies under rules the bureau promulgates pursuant to chapter 1-26;

(11)    Contract for the provision of food services, candy, and beverages in the capitol complex;

(12)    Supervise the administration of the Office of Hearings Examiners;

(13)    Administer the federal surplus property allotted to the state;

(14)    Provide for the lease of real property necessary for the operation of state government;

(15)    Administer a program of risk management for state government;

(16)    Contract for services required by multiple state agencies, if the contract improves the efficiency of state government; and

(17)    Take any other function as may be required by statute, executive order, or administrative action.

Source: SL 1973, ch 23, § 5; SL 2003, ch 272 (Ex. Ord. 03-1), § 82; SL 2012, ch 23, § 4; SL 2024, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 24-1), § 28, eff. Apr. 8, 2024.