PART IV. OFFICE OF INFORMATION PRACTICES; DUTIES
Law Journals and Reviews
2013 Law and Administrative Rules Governing Appeal Procedures of Hawaii's Office of Information Practices. 36 UH L. Rev. 271 (2014).
§92F-41 Office of information practices; established. (a) There is established an office of information practices within the department of accounting and general services for administrative purposes; provided that:
(1) Any quasi-judicial functions of the office of information practices shall not be subject to the approval, review, or control of the comptroller; and
(2) The comptroller shall not have the power to supervise or control the office of information practices in the exercise of its functions, duties, and powers under section 92F-42.
(b) The governor shall appoint a director of the office of information practices to be its chief executive officer and who shall be exempt from chapter 76.
(c) All powers and duties of the office of information practices are vested in the director and may be delegated to any other officer or employee of the office.
(d) The director may employ any other personnel that are necessary, including attorneys and clerical staff. The office of information practices shall follow and be subject to all applicable personnel laws. All personnel of the office of information practices shall be employed without regard to chapter 76.
(e) The office of information practices shall make direct communications with the governor and legislature. [L 1988, c 262, pt of §1; am L 1989, c 192, §9; am L 1998, c 137, §4; am L 2000, c 253, §150; am L 2015, c 92, §4]