Wash. Admin. Code § 390-05-120 - Public disclosure commission- Role of the executive director
(1) The executive director acts as the commission's chief administrative officer and is accountable to the commission for agency administration. In addition, the executive director will:
(a) Act as the appointing authority for agency staff, including the authority to hire, set salaries, promote, assign work, evaluate, take corrective action and, where appropriate, terminate staff.
(b) Propose agency budgets for commission approval and oversee fiscal management of the agency.
(c) Exercise such other management oversight, decision-making and administrative action to provide timely and meaningful public access to accurate information about the financing of political campaigns, lobbyist expenditures, and the financial affairs of public officials and candidates, and to ensure compliance with and equitable enforcement of the act.
(d) Determine when appropriate and authorize enforcement alternatives set out in chapter 390-37 WAC to resolve complaints filed with the commission.
(e) Act as liaison between the commission and other public agencies.
(f) Research, develop, and draft policy positions, administrative rules, interpretations and advisory options for presentation to the commission.
(g) Enter into contracts and agreements on behalf of the commission.
(2) The executive director may delegate authority to subordinates, consistent with agency delegation of authority protocols as adopted by the commission, to act for the executive director as needed and appropriate.
(3) The executive director may perform other duties as authorized by chapter 42.17A RCW, Title 390 WAC, or as prescribed or delegated by the commission.
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