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Division of Human Resources Emergency Rulemaking

The general purpose of this emergency rulemaking (docket 2020-00460) is to modify 4 CCR 801-1, Rule 5-39 of the Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures in anticipation of an extension of a declared disaster. This emergency rule will be in effect for 120 days. The original emergency rule was filed under docket 2020-00132.

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

For full information on the Emergency Justification click on the Justification link below.

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Division of Human Resources Emergency Rulemaking - Modify

The general purpose of this emergency rulemaking is to modify Chapters 3 and 5 of the Personnel Director’s Administrative Procedures to bridge the time gap between the start of FY 2020 - 21 (July 1, 2020) and the effective date of permanent rulemaking 2020-00257 (August 1, 2020) regarding rules promulgated to address state government's activity related to the COVID-19 response, and to address changes to the calculation of leave use related to the state's new short term disability contract. 

Division of Human Resources Emergency Rulemaking 04-01-2020

The Colorado Department of Personnel & Administration, Division of Human Resources has issued emergency administrative procedures regarding the Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, Chapter 5, and pursuant to Governor Polis issuing Executive Order 2020 003 regarding the COVID-19 virus.

The Emergency Administrative Procedures are effective April 1, 2020.

Please note that emergency administrative procedures expire in 120 days.

Emergency Rule, 04/01/2020

Division of Human Resources Emergency Rulemaking 03-13-2020

The Colorado Department of Personnel & Administration, Division of Human Resources has issued emergency administrative procedures regarding the Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, Chapters 3 and 5 pursuant to Governor Polis issuing Executive Order 2020 003 regarding the COVID-19 virus.
 
The Emergency Administrative Procedures are effective March 13, 2020
 
Please note that emergency administrative procedures expire in 120 days.
 

2019 State of Colorado Employee Engagement Survey Results

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Division of Human Resources Rulemaking

A hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, January 31, 2020 at 1525 Sherman Street, Room 104 (First Floor) Denver, Colorado 80203.

The general purpose of this hearing is to modify Chapters 1, 3, 5, 9, 10 & 11 of the Personnel Director’s Administrative Procedures.

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

For full information on the hearing, how to comment on the proposed changes, or for special accommodations to participate in the hearing please click on the Notice link below.