Code of the District of Columbia

§ 1–604.06(Perm). Personnel authority.

(a) The implementation of the rules and regulations shall be undertaken by the appropriate personnel authority for employees of the District.

(b) For the purposes of subsection (a) of this section, the personnel authority for District of Columbia government means the Mayor for all employees, except as provided in § 1-602.03 and as follows:

(1) For noneducational employees of the District of Columbia Board of Education, the personnel authority is the District of Columbia Board of Education;

(2) For noneducational employees of the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia, the personnel authority is the Board of Trustee of the University of the District of Columbia;

(3) For employees of the Council of the District of Columbia, the personnel authority is:

(A)(i) The Chairman of the Council for all central staff of the Council and the employees in the Legal Services employed by the Council of the District of Columbia. For the purposes of this subchapter, the term "central staff of the Council" refers to those employees described in § 1-609.03(a)(3) except those assigned to an individual member of the Council; provided, however, that the Secretary, General Counsel, and Budget Director to the Council to the Council shall be appointed by the Council of the District of Columbia according to its rules of procedure and organization; and

(ii) For employees of the Council, the Chairman of the Council shall exercise the authority possessed by the Director of the Department of Human Resources and may adopt personnel procedures applicable to those employees; and

(B) each member of the Council for his or her personal and committee staff; provided, however, that the respective committees of the Council shall approve the appointment of each committee staffperson. The Chairman and each member of the Council shall utilize the Secretary to the Council for the actual transaction of all personnel matters for employees of the Council;

(3A) For the Executive Director of the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions, the personnel authority is the Chairman of the Council;

(4) For employees of the Board of Elections, the personnel authority is the Board of Elections;

(4A) For employees of the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability, the personnel authority is the Board of Ethics and Government Accountability; and

(4B) For employees of the Campaign Finance Board, the personnel authority is the Campaign Finance Board;

(5) For employees of the Public Service Commission, the personnel authority is the Public Service Commission; provided, however, that the People's Counsel (§ 34-804) shall be appointed according to law and for employees under the direct administrative control of the People's Counsel, the personnel authority is the People's Counsel;

(6) For the Executive Director of the Public Employee Relations Board, created by subchapter V of this chapter, the personnel authority is the Public Employee Relations Board; and for all other employees of the Board, the personnel authority is the Executive Director of the Board;

(7) For the Executive Director of the Office of Employee Appeals and the General Counsel of the Office of Employee Appeals created by subchapter VI of this chapter, the personnel authority is the Office of Employee Appeals; and for all other employees of the Office, the personnel authority is the Executive Director;

(8) For employees of the Office of District of Columbia Auditor (§ 1-204.55), the personnel authority is the Auditor of the District of Columbia;

(9) Repealed;

(10) For employees of the District of Columbia Armory Board (§ 3-302), the personnel authority is the Armory Board;

(11) For employees of the District of Columbia Law Revision Commission, the personnel authority is the Chairman of the Council;

(12) For employees of the District of Columbia Board of Library Trustees, the personnel authority is the Board of Library Trustees;

(13) Repealed;

(14) For all employees of the Office of Lottery and Charitable Games, including the Executive Director, the personnel authority is the Chief Financial Officer.

(15) For employees of the District of Columbia Retirement Board, the personnel authority is the District of Columbia Retirement Board;

(16) For the Director of the Office of Zoning, the personnel authority shall be the District members of the Zoning Commission for the District of Columbia, and for any other employee of the Office of Zoning the personnel authority shall be the Director of the Office of Zoning;

(17) For employees of the Child and Family Services Agency, the personnel authority is the Director of the Child and Family Services Agency;

(18) For employees of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, the personnel authority is the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council;

(19) For employees of the District of Columbia Sentencing Commission, the personnel authority is the District of Columbia Sentencing Commission;

(20) For employees of the Department of Mental Health, the personnel authority is the Director of the Department of Mental Health;

(21) For the Director of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration, the personnel authority shall be the members of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for the District of Columbia, and for any other employee of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration, the personnel authority shall be the Director of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration;

(22)(A) For the Ombudsman for Public Education, the Chief Advocate of the Office of the Student Advocate, and employees of the State Board of Education, the personnel authority is the State Board of Education;

(B) For employees of the Office of the Ombudsman for Public Education, the personnel authority is the Ombudsman for Public Education;

(C) For employees of the Office of the Student Advocate, the personnel authority is the Chief Advocate of the Office of the Student Advocate;

(23) For the Executive Director of the Office of the Statehood Delegation, the personnel authority is the Statehood Delegation as defined in § 1-209.01(3);

(24) For employees of the Office of the Attorney General, the personnel authority is the Attorney General;

(25) For employees of the Criminal Code Reform Commission, the personnel authority is the Criminal Code Reform Commission;

(26) For the Director of the District of Columbia State Athletic Association ("DCSAA"), the personnel authority shall be the District of Columbia State Athletics Commission, and for any other employee of the DCSAA, the personnel authority shall be the Director of the DCSAA;

(27) For employees of the Rental Housing Commission, the personnel authority is the Chairperson of the Rental Housing Commission; and

(28) For the Executive Director of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities, the personnel authority shall be the Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and for any other employee of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities the personnel authority shall be the Executive Director of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

(29) Not Funded.