§431:2-105 Deputies, employees. (a) There shall be a chief deputy commissioner, who shall be subject to chapter 76. The chief deputy commissioner shall have the power to perform any act or duty assigned by the commissioner. If a commissioner has not been appointed, the chief deputy commissioner shall have the power to perform any act that the commissioner is authorized to perform until an appointment becomes effective. The certificate of the chief deputy commissioner's appointment shall be filed in the office of the lieutenant governor.
(b) There may be additional deputy commissioners and examiners and actuarial, technical, and administrative assistants and clerks for such purposes as the commissioner may designate. All of the positions shall be subject to chapter 76.
(c) The commissioner may appoint a senior rate and policy analyst who shall not be subject to chapter 76.
(d) The commissioner shall be responsible for the official acts of the commissioner's deputies and employees.
(e) The commissioner may require any employee to be bonded as the commissioner deems proper. The cost of the bond shall be borne by the State. [L 1987, c 347, pt of §2; am L 1988, c 363, §2(1); am L 1999, c 246, §1; am L 2000, c 253, §150; am L 2006, c 48, §7; am L 2011, c 81, §1]