(A) Each state agency shall be primarily responsible for carrying out the requirements of these regulations and subsequent procedures. The agency shall furnish such information and assistance as may be required by the State Employees EEO Coordinator. Such information shall include statistical data on minority and women applicant flow, employment, promotion and any other information relevant to the administration of this regulation.
(B) The head of each agency shall establish and promulgate a program to carry out the agency's responsibilities under these regulations. Each agency head shall also designate an agency Affirmative Action Executive who shall have sufficient knowledge and experience to handle the assignment.
(C) An Affirmative Action Executive may be named for a group of participating agencies when the department, board and commissions are too small for each to have a full time executive. Ultimate responsibility for the agency's affirmative action program rests with the agency head.
(D) The head of the agency may also designate Deputy Affirmative Action Executives and assign clerical support to assist the Affirmative Action Executives in the performance of his or her duties.
(E) The names of the Affirmative Action Executives and the Deputy Affirmative Action Executives, their addresses and telephone numbers, and any change made in their designation shall be furnished to the State Employees EEO Coordinator.
(former PL-36-03); Eff
Rule promulgated under: RC Chapter 119.
Review dates: 11/20/2001
Rule authorized by: Executive Order, 9/13/73