Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 14
ATTORNEY GENERAL
67-1408.  Billing of state entities for legal services. The attorney general, in rendering assistance to the departments, agencies, offices, officers, boards, commissions, institutions and other state entities, shall charge for all costs of such assistance as determined pursuant to section 67-1407, Idaho Code, including, but not limited to, salaries of attorneys, paralegals, administrative, clerical and other personnel, investigative services, independent contractors, operating expenses and capital outlay expenses of the office of the attorney general. Whenever the attorney general determines that it would be beneficial to physically locate attorneys within an agency, the attorney general and agency may enter into an agreement defining which operating, capital or other expenses will be paid by the attorney general and which expenses will be paid by the agency.
The attorney general shall manage the attorney general’s office to provide unified legal services based upon the legal needs of the state. For this purpose the attorney general may, during any fiscal year, assign personnel based upon the legal needs existing regardless of the source of funding therefor.

History:
[67-1408, added 1995, ch. 141, sec. 4, p. 602; am. 2001, ch. 61, sec. 6, p. 117.]


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