Bill Summaries: S 618 MODERNIZE STATE PERSONNEL ACT.

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  • Summary date: Apr 2 2013 - More information

    Renames GS Chapter 126, the State Personnel Act, as the North Carolina Human Resources Act. Renames the: (1) State Personnel Commission as the North Carolina Human Resources Commission, (2) the Office of State Personnel as the North Carolina Office of State Human Resources, and (3) the State Personnel Director as the Director of the North Carolina Office of State Human Resources.

    Requires the Revisor of Statutes to replace references to the State Personnel Act, State Personnel Commission, State Personnel Director, or the Office of State Personnel with the updated terms. Specifies a list of statutes that are affected.

    Provides that the terms of the members of the State Personnel Commission in effect on June 30, 2013 continue on as terms on the State Human Resources Commission.

    Provides that actions or proceedings pending on July 1, 2013 brought by or against the State Human Resources Commission, the Director of the Office of State Human Resources, or the Office of State Human Resources are not affected by the act and provides for the necessary party substitutions. Allows business and other matters to be conducted and completed by the new entities in the same manner and under the same terms and conditions and with the same effect as if under the former entities.

    Effective July 1, 2013.


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