Idaho Statutes

39-1404.  General powers and duties. In carrying out the purposes of the act, the agency is authorized and directed:
(a)  To require such reports, inspections and investigations and prescribe such regulations as it deems necessary;
(b)  To provide such methods of administration, appoint a director and other personnel of the division on a merit basis and take such other action as may be necessary to comply with the requirements of the federal act and the regulations thereunder;
(c)  To procure in its discretion the temporary or intermittent services of experts or consultants or organizations thereof, by contract, when such services are to be performed on a part-time or fee-for-service basis and do not involve the performance of administrative duties;
(d)  To the extent that it considers desirable to effectuate the purposes of this act, to enter into agreements for the utilization of the facilities and services of other departments, agencies, and institutions, public or private;
(e)  To accept on behalf of the state and to deposit with the state treasury any grant, gift or contribution made to assist in meeting the cost of carrying out the purposes of this act as herein provided;
(f)  To make a bi-annual report to the legislature on activities and expenditures pursuant to this act, including recommendations for such additional legislation as the agency considers appropriate to furnish adequate health facilities to the people of this state;
(g)  To do all other things on behalf of the state necessary to obtain full benefits under the federal act as now and hereafter amended.

[39-1404, added 1947, ch. 220, sec. 4, p. 525; am. 1965, ch. 123, sec. 4, p. 240; am. 1972, ch. 327, sec. 3, p. 812.]

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