Section 121.07 | Supervision and control of departments - establishing divisions.
(A) Except as otherwise provided in this division, the officers mentioned in sections 121.04 and 121.05 of the Revised Code and the offices and divisions they administer shall be under the direction, supervision, and control of the directors of their respective departments, and shall perform such duties as the directors prescribe. In performing or exercising any of the examination or regulatory functions, powers, or duties vested by Title XI, Chapters 1733. and 1761., and sections 1315.01 to 1315.18 of the Revised Code in the superintendent of financial institutions, the superintendent of financial institutions and the division of financial institutions are independent of and are not subject to the control of the department or the director of commerce. In the absence of the superintendent of financial institutions, the director of commerce shall, for a limited period of time, perform or exercise any of those functions, powers, or duties or authorize the deputy superintendent for banks to perform or exercise any of the functions, powers, or duties vested by Title XI and sections 1315.01 to 1315.18 of the Revised Code in the superintendent and the deputy superintendent for credit unions to perform or exercise any of the functions, powers, or duties vested by Chapters 1733. and 1761. of the Revised Code in the superintendent.
(B) With the approval of the governor, the director of each department shall establish divisions within the department, and distribute the work of the department among such divisions. Each officer created by section 121.04 of the Revised Code shall be the head of such a division, except for the equal opportunity employment coordinator, who shall report to a position determined by the director of administrative services.
With the approval of the governor, the director of each department may consolidate any two or more of the offices created in the department by section 121.04 of the Revised Code, or reduce the number of or create new divisions therein.
The director of each department may prescribe rules for the government of the department, the conduct of its employees, the performance of its business, and the custody, use, and preservation of the records, papers, books, documents, and property pertaining thereto.
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