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GRP 2 (2011-2012) -

Governor’s reorganization plan: reorganization of executive branch of state government

/ The bill has been introduced.

GRP 1 (2011-2012) - An Act to Amend Sections 107, 4809.8, 11310, 19428, and 19816 of the Business and Professions Code, to Amend Sections 22717.5, 22901.3, 24003, 24103, 59008, 59104, 59205, 70120, and 70122 of the Education Code, to Amend Sections 6006, 6042, 6047.4, 6988, 14581, 14971, 27574, 29028, 40576, 41008, 41867, 52885, 54442, 74743, 77939, and 78239 of the Food and Agricultural Code, to Amend Section 17450 of the Family Code, to Amend Section 2203 of the Fish and Game Code, to Amend Sections 927.13, 1150, 1156, 1156.1, 3513, 3517.63, 3527, 3535, 3537, 3539.5, 3541, 3572.1, 7507, 8001, 8164.1, 8546, 8870.4, 8880.18, 8903, 9149.4, 11270, 11552, 11565.5, 12010.6, 12012.85, 13332.07, 14876, 14998.3, 16649.94, 18000.5, 18573, 18574, 18706, 18707, 18708, 18711, 18714, 18717, 18801.1, 18802, 18904, 18905, 19134, 19172, 19253.5, 19261, 19576.1, 19582, 19583, 19592, 19608, 19770, 19775, 19775.1, 19775.15, 19775.16, 19775.17, 19775.18, 19815, 19815.8, 19815.41, 19816.21, 19816.22, 19819.5, 19822.6, 19822.7, 19827.3, 19829.5, 19829.6, 19844.7, 19849.11, 19849.13, 19849.14, 19849.16, 19853, 19853.1, 19867, 19995.5, 19997.15, 19999.1, 19999.3, 19999.21, 19999.31, 20068, 20090, 20090.1, 20398, 20405, 20405.1, 20405.2, 20405.3, 20407, 20408, 20632, 20636, 20672.5, 20677.4, 20683, 20683.1, 20867, 20963.1, 21070, 21159, 21160, 21195, 21223, 21251.13, 21353, 21354.1, 21362.2, 21363, 21363.1, 21363.4, 21363.8, 21369, 21369.1, 21369.2, 21410, 21465, 21672, 21674, 22808, 22811, 22814, 22815, 22816, 22850, 22865, 22871.5, 22877, 22944.3, 22953, 22954, 22959, 22959.2, 22959.4, 22959.6, 22960, 22960.35, 22960.60, 22960.100, 68203, 77601, 77602, and 100503 Of, to Amend the Heading of Chapter 1 (Commencing with Section 19815) of Part 2.6 of Division 5 of Title 2 Of, to Add Section 19573 To, to Repeal Section 19702 Of, and to Repeal and Add Section 19815.2 To, the Government Code, to Amend Sections 1777, 11755, and 50909 of the Health and Safety Code, to Amend Sections 10203.2, 11871, 12693.65, and 12710 of the Insurance Code, to Amend Sections 122, 123, 3352, and 4600 of the Labor Code, to Amend Sections 322 and 1011 of the Military and Veterans Code, to Amend Sections 10295, 10344.1, and 10349 of the Public Contract Code, to Amend Sections 832.9 and 6050 of the Penal Code, to Amend Sections 309.1 and 185024 of the Public Utilities Code, to Amend Section 19270 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, to Amend Section 2266 of the Vehicle Code, and to Amend Section 80122 of the Water Code, Relating to State Human Resource Functions.

Governor’s Reorganization Plan: state human resources functions

/ The bill has been introduced.

The California Constitution establishes the State Personnel Board, and requires the board to, among other things, enforce the civil service statutes, prescribe probationary periods and classifications, adopt rules authorized by statute, and review disciplinary actions. The constitution also requires the executive officer of the board to administer the civil service statutes under the rules of the… More
The California Constitution establishes the State Personnel Board, and requires the board to, among other things, enforce the civil service statutes, prescribe probationary periods and classifications, adopt rules authorized by statute, and review disciplinary actions. The constitution also requires the executive officer of the board to administer the civil service statutes under the rules of the board. Existing statutory law establishes the Department of Personnel Administration for purposes of managing the nonmerit aspects of the state’s personnel system. This reorganization plan would create the Department of Human Resources, which would be vested with the duties, purposes, responsibilities, and jurisdiction exercised by the State Personnel Board as its designee with respect to the State Personnel Board’s administrative and ministerial functions. The plan would abolish the Department of Personnel Administration, and would transfer the functions and duties performed by the Department of Personnel Administration to the Department of Human Resources. The plan would authorize the Department of Human Resources to establish disciplinary criteria applicable to adverse actions taken by appointing bodies pursuant to causes of discipline for employees and individuals established pursuant to specified provisions of law. The plan would require the State Personnel Board to give consideration and respect to any applicable disciplinary criteria established by the Department of Human Resources in making certain decisions relating to disciplinary proceedings. The plan would eliminate certain functions of the State Personnel Board relating to investigating and hearing complaints of discrimination in the civil service. This reorganization plan would become operative on July 1, 2012. Hide

GRP 1 (2009-2010) - An Act to Amend Sections 8592.1, 8592.5, 8592.7, 11532, 11534, 11535, 11537, 11539, 11540, 11541, 11541.5, 11542, 11543, 11544, 11545, 11546.5, 11549, 11549.1, 11549.3, 11549.5, 12804, 14995, 15251, 15253, 15254, 15275, 15277, 53108.5, 53113, 53114, 53114.1, 53114.2, 53115, 53115.1, 53115.2, 53115.3, 53116, 53119, 53120, 53126.5, and 53127 Of, to Amend the Headings of Article 2 (Commencing with Section 11534) and Article 3 (Commencing with Section 11544) of Chapter 5.5 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 Of, to Amend the Heading of Chapter 5.7 (Commencing with Section 11549) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 Of, to Amend and Renumber Section 11549.6 Of, to Add Sections 11549.7 and 11549.8 To, to Add the Headings of Article 1 (Commencing with Section 11549) and Article 2 (Commencing with Section 11549.5) to Chapter 5.7 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 Of, and to Repeal Section 11549.2 Of, the Government Code, to Amend Sections 12100.7, 12101, 12103, 12104, 12105, 12120, and 12121 of the Public Contract Code, to Amend Sections 41030, 41031, 41032, 41136, 41136.1, 41137, 41137.1, 41138, 41139, 41140, 41141, and 41142 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, and to Amend Section 16501.7 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, Relating to State Technology Services.

State government information technology

/ The bill was voted on by an Assembly committee on April 15, 2009.

(1)Existing law creates the office of the State Chief Information Officer, within the Governor’s cabinet, with a State Chief Information Officer having specified duties in creating and managing the technology policy of the state. Existing law also creates the Division of Telecommunications within the Department of General Services, and requires the Telecommunications Division to perform… More
(1)Existing law creates the office of the State Chief Information Officer, within the Governor’s cabinet, with a State Chief Information Officer having specified duties in creating and managing the technology policy of the state. Existing law also creates the Division of Telecommunications within the Department of General Services, and requires the Telecommunications Division to perform numerous duties with regard to public safety, and emergency and nonemergency communications policies and facilities. This plan would transfer all the duties, functions, employees, property, and related funding of the Division of Telecommunications to the office of the State Chief Information Officer. (2)Existing law establishes the Department of Technology Services within the State and Consumer Services Agency, specifies the duties of the department’s director, and establishes the Department of Technology Services Revolving Fund within the State Treasury. This plan would rename and transfer the Department of Technology Services to the Office of Technology Services within the office of the State Chief Information Officer, rename the Department of Technology Services Revolving Fund the Technology Services Revolving Fund, and make conforming changes. (3)Existing law establishes the Office of Information Security and Privacy Protection in the State and Consumer Services Agency and the Office of Privacy Protection within the Office of Information Security and Privacy Protection with duties to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of state systems and applications, and to promote and protect consumer privacy. This plan would eliminate the Office of Information Security and Privacy Protection, and instead create the Office of Information Security within the office of the State Chief Information Officer, and the Office of Privacy Protection within the State and Consumer Services Agency, with a division of the duties, personnel, property, and funding of the Office of Information Security and Privacy Protection between the 2 offices. (4)Existing law authorizes the Department of Finance, the Department of General Services, and the Department of Information Technology to create certain policies for the state’s procurement of information technology. This plan would transfer certain of those duties to the office of the State Chief Information Officer. Hide