18.75  Duties.

The state printing administrator shall:

1.  Have an office at the seat of government and devote full time to the duties of the position.

2.  Have charge of office equipment and supplies and of the stock, if any, required in connection with printing contracts.

3.  Have general supervision of all matters pertaining to the enforcement of contracts for printing.

4.  Prepare the specifications and advertisements for printing.

5.  Have control and direction of the document department.

6.  Have legal custody of all Codes, session laws, books of annotations, tables of corresponding sections, publications, except premium lists published by the Iowa state fair board, containing reprints of statutes or administrative rules, or both, reports of state departments, and reports of the supreme court, and sell, account for, and distribute the same as provided by law.

7.  Be responsible on an official bond for the public property coming into the administrator's possession.

8.  By November 1 of each year supply a report which contains the name, gender, county, or city of residence when possible, official title, salary received during the previous fiscal year, base salary as computed on July 1 of the current fiscal year, and traveling and subsistence expense of the personnel of each of the departments, boards, and commissions of the state government except personnel who receive an annual salary of less than one thousand dollars. The number of the personnel and the total amount received by them shall be shown for each department in the report. All employees who have drawn salaries, fees, or expense allowances from more than one department or subdivision shall be listed separately under the proper departmental heading. On the request of the administrator, the head of each department, board, or commission shall furnish the data covering that agency. The report shall be distributed upon request without charge to each caucus of the general assembly, the legislative service bureau, the legislative fiscal bureau, the chief clerk of the house of representatives, and the secretary of the senate. Copies of the report shall be made available to other persons in both print or electronic medium upon payment of a fee, which shall not exceed the cost of providing the copy of the report. Sections 22.2 through 22.6 apply to the report. All funds from the sale of the report shall be deposited in the general fund. Requests for publications shall be handled only upon receipt of postage by the administrator.

9.  Perform such other duties as are necessary, or incident to the position, or which may be ordered by the director, or required by law.

Section History: Early form

  [C97, § 70, 218-223; S13, § 70; SS15, § 144-h, -i, -j, 224-d; C24, 27, 31, 35, 39, § 215; C46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66, 71, 73, § 16.2; C75, 77, 79, 81, § 18.75; 81 Acts, ch 10, § 9]

Section History: Recent form

  83 Acts, ch 200, § 11; 88 Acts, ch 1275, § 28; 90 Acts, ch 1068, §1; 91 Acts, ch 97, § 5; 92 Acts, ch 1227, § 10; 95 Acts, ch 27, §4; 98 Acts, ch 1119, §25; 98 Acts, ch 1164, §40

Internal References

  Referred to in § 18.3, 18.28, 18.30, 18.50


  Pricing and related policies for legal publications; see § 7A.22

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