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Subject 96-2-1 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Rule 96-2-1-.01 Governor's Office for Children and Families

The General Assembly created the Governor's Office for Children and Families to provide more efficient and effective services for at-risk families and troubled children in Georgia by consolidating the Children and Youth Coordinating Council and the Children's Trust Fund Commission, pursuant to O.C.G.A. 49-5-132.

Rule 96-2-1-.02 Administrative Assignment

(1) The Governor's Office for Children and Families is assigned to the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget for administrative purposes pursuant to O.C.G.A. 50-4-3.
(2) The office may accept federal funds granted by Congress or executive order for purposes of the fund as well as gifts and donations from individuals, private organizations, or foundations.
(3) The office has authority to carry out its duties and responsibilities in consultation with the Advisory Board pursuant to O.C.G.A. 49-5-132.
(4) The Governor's Office for Children and Families shall adhere to the bylaws and rules of order consistent with its authorizing legislation for the conduct of meetings and business.