§18-30A-7. Powers and duties of the Treasurer.
(a) In order to implement and administer the program, the Treasurer shall:
(1) Provide support staff and office space for the board;
(2) Establish and monitor, at the direction of the board, the methods and processes by which the funds held in accounts are deposited and distributed;
(3) Charge and collect any necessary administrative fees, penalties, and service charges in connection with any agreement, contract, or transaction relating to the program;
(4) Develop marketing plans and promotional material to ensure that potential program beneficiaries will be aware of the program and the advantages the program offers; and
(5) Present the annual evaluations and reports required by §18-30A-13 of this code at any meeting or proceeding of the Legislature or the Office of the Governor upon request.
(b) In order to implement and administer the program, the Treasurer may:
(1) Collect all necessary information from program account holders and beneficiaries;
(2) Create forms necessary for implementation of the program;
(3) Propose legislative rules for legislative approval, in accordance with the provisions of §29A-3-1 et seq. of this code, that are necessary to effectuate the provisions and purposes of this article; and
(4) Perform all other lawful actions necessary to effectuate the provisions of this article, subject to applicable state and federal law.