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Connecticut Laws | Title 4 Management Of State Agencies
CHAPTER 48 ORGANIZATION OF STATE AGENCIES
Sec. 4-38i. Collective bargaining rights of state employees unaffected by public act 77-614.

Sec. 4-38i. Collective bargaining rights of state employees unaffected by public act 77-614. (334)(Text)

Section 4-38i is repealed, effective October 1, 2002. (335)

Sec. 4-38j. Reports to General Assembly on program and implementation of reorganization. (336)(Text)

The Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management and each department head, as defined by section 4-5, shall submit to the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to government administration, organization and reorganization a report upon request, on the progress and implementation of reorganization and upon request shall also furnish to the committee any information concerning reorganization or appear before the committee to provide such information as may be determined by the chairpersons of said committee. (337)

Sec. 4-39. Transfer of appropriations upon transfer of functions or deinstitutionalization of clients. (338)(Text)

(a) The Governor shall determine the amount of any appropriation or appropriations granted by the General Assembly to any department, institution or agency for the financing of functions, powers or duties which are transferred or assigned under the provisions of any act of the General Assembly and shall have full authority, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, to transfer any such amount to the department, institution, agency or authority to which any such function, power or duty is transferred or assigned. (339)

(b) Where a state agency plans to move or moves clients from a state-operated or contracted-for facility or institution into the community and such move increases the costs of another state agency, the Governor, with the approval of the Finance Advisory Committee, may transfer sufficient funds to cover such increased costs from the appropriations of the agency which moved the clients to the appropriations of the agency which incurred the additional costs. (340)

Sec. 4-40. Determination of salaries not prescribed by law. (341)(Text)

The salaries, compensation and wages of all state officers, boards, commissions, deputies and employees, except in the Legislative and Judicial Departments of the state government, not prescribed by statute or special act, shall be determined, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management, by the Commissioner of Administrative Services. The salaries of the Commissioner of Administrative Services and the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall be determined by the Governor. Salaries, compensation and wages in the legislative department shall be determined by the General Assembly and, in the Judicial Department, when not prescribed by statute or special act, shall be determined by the judges of the Supreme Court in accordance with the applicable provisions of section 51-12, unless the appointing authority is empowered to fix, approve, or otherwise determine, such salaries, compensation or wages in which case the salaries, compensation or wages so fixed, approved or otherwise determined shall not exceed the salaries, compensation or wages fixed for comparable positions in the compensation plan referred to in section 51-12. (342)

Sec. 4-40a. Compensation and expenses of licensing boards and commissions. (343)(Text)

Members of the examining and licensing boards and commissions acting under title 20 shall be compensated for their services at rates established by the Commissioner of Administrative Services, subject to the provisions of section 4-40, and such compensation and the expenses of each such board or commission shall be charged against appropriations of the General Fund. (344)

Secs. 4-41 to 4-50. Regulations of state agencies. (345)(Text)

Sections 4-41 to 4-50, inclusive, and other provisions of the general statutes which are inconsistent with the provisions of chapter 54 are repealed. (346)

Sec. 4-51. Seals for state departments. (347)(Text)

Each state department, commission, board and institution shall provide for its use an official seal of a uniform general design approved by the Secretary. (348)

Sec. 4-52. Trustee account defined. (349)(Text)

As used in sections 4-53 to 4-55, inclusive, trustee account means any account operated in any state educational institution or welfare or medical agency for the benefit of the employees or students of such institution or agency, including so-called clients' funds in state hospitals, the revenue of which is derived from the operation of canteens, vending machines, dramatics, recitals, student activity fees, membership fees, deposits, gifts, donations, bequests or any other legal source compatible with the good government of such institution or agency. (350)

Sec. 4-53. Establishment of trustee accounts. (351)(Text)

The administrative head of any such institution or agency may, with the approval of the Comptroller and in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Comptroller, establish one or more trustee accounts. The Governor may allot from the funds appropriated to any such institution or agency any amount needed in the Governor's judgment for the establishment of any such trustee account, and the Comptroller shall provide in such procedures for the reimbursement of such appropriation. The use of such state facilities as space, fixtures, heat and light to obtain revenue from the sources designated in section 4-52 is authorized. (352)

Sec. 4-54. Management of trustee accounts. (353)(Text)

(a) The management of such accounts may be under the control of students or employees other than those adjudged mentally ill but shall be under the supervision of the administrative head of the institution or agency, except that such accounts shall be under the total control of students under conditions hereinafter provided. The person acting as treasurer of any such account shall be bonded in an amount determined by the State Insurance and Risk Management Board. (354)

(b) Where the duly constituted student government at any public institution of higher education or where by petition five per cent of the students enrolled at such institution and paying activity fees seeks to establish total control and administration of the student trustee account at such institution, a referendum shall be held on the question. Such referendum shall be conducted by secret ballot and notice of such referendum shall be given to the students at such institution at least fourteen days prior to such referendum. Upon approval by a majority of at least forty per cent of all students enrolled in the institution and paying activity fees, the duly constituted student government of such institution shall become responsible for the control and administration of such account. Pursuant to this subsection any student government controlling student trustee accounts shall establish a finance committee whose duty it shall be to hold hearings on budget requests and expenditures of such accounts and to recommend the allocation of such accounts to the student government. Such student government shall have as one of its officers a duly elected treasurer who shall be accountable for such accounts and be bonded in accordance with the provisions of subsection (a) of this section. (355)

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