Board Rulemaking

One of the Board's constitutional duties is to adopt rules to govern the State Personnel System.  The Board's rulemaking authority is established in Article XII, Section 14(3) of the Colorado Constitution.  Moreover, the Board may adopt rules pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act, C.R.S. Section 24-4-103.  If there is nothing below, then the Board is not currently engaged in rulemaking.

 

CHAPTER 9.  THE BOARD HELD A RULEMAKING HEARING REGARDING CHAPTER 9 (FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES) ON MAY 18, 2021.

The general purpose of the rulemaking was to modify rules in Chapter 9. This rulemaking was done to align certain rule language to the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act and to comport with contemporary practices.

For full information on the Basis & Purpose of the hearing click on the Basis & Purpose link below.

For a copy of the redlined proposed changes, or a copy of how the proposed rules would read in final form, please click on the appropriate link below.

Notice (Registration Information can be found HERE)

Statement of B&P

Rules Track Changes Version

Rules Changes Accepted Version

Below is the only formal written comments received by the Board in advance of the rulemaking hearing:

Comment--Miller, Worthington, and Swartz

 

 

DRAFTS FOR INFORMAL COMMENTS.

If there are any chapters for informal comments, they are provided here.

You may provide any comments directly to Rick Dindinger.  You may contact him at rick.dindinger@state.co.us or by phone at 303-866-5776.  You can also write him at 1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver, Colorado  80203.