123:6-1-05 Withdrawal of delegation of authority to manage fleet.

(A) The department of administrative services may withdraw the department's delegation of authority to manage a state agency's fleet to that agency, pursuant to rule 123:6-1-06 of the Administrative Code, if the department determines that the agency no longer demonstrates or complies with the delegation requirements set forth in paragraph (B) of rule 123:6-1-04 of the Administrative Code. The department may also withdraw the department's delegation of authority to manage a state agency's fleet to that agency if that agency fails to submit all reports required for the department's fleet reporting system in a timely fashion, or for any other reason the department deems appropriate. If the department decides to withdraw the department's delegation of authority to manage a state agency's fleet to that agency, the department shall do the following:

(1) Provide the state agency, in writing, the reasons for the withdrawal of the department's delegation of authority and that the department will manage the agencies fleet, pursuant to division (G)(2) of section 125.832 of the Revised Code, and this rule.

(2) Provide the state agency a written description of the responsibilities of each party during that time the department provides management for the agency's fleet. The written description shall include the department's determination of reasonable fees, if any, that the department will assess the agency for the department's management of the agency's fleet.

(B) In order to regain authority to manage the agency's fleet, the state agency shall create a corrective work plan that addresses the deficiencies listed by the department pursuant to paragraph (A) of this rule. The work plan shall include specific goals, tasks and timelines that will allow the state agency to regain delegation of authority.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 03/12/2014 and 03/12/2019
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 125.832
Rule Amplifies: 125.832
Prior Effective Dates: 3/16/2009