44:8-111. Commissioner’s duties
5. The commissioner shall:
(a) Act as the agent of the State in effectuating the purposes of any reciprocal interstate agreements respecting the transportation of dependents;
(b) Negotiate with the Federal Government as to any present or future programs affecting public relief or assistance for which no provision is made by other statutes of this State and administer such programs in co-operation with the Federal Government or any agency thereof;
(c) Keep and maintain such records and accounts as may be necessary and proper for the administration of State aid;
(d) Promulgate, alter and amend from time to time such rules, regulations and directory orders as may be necessary for the administration of State aid and for the carrying out of any provisions of law regulating the same and of the provisions of this act, which rules, regulations and orders shall be binding upon the various municipalities or counties;
(e) Determine whether or not the various municipalities or counties are complying with all of the provisions of law, including the provisions of this act, regulating the administration of State aid which are binding upon them;
(f) Formulate, promulgate and enforce standards for investigation, allowance and supervision of grants for public assistance and forms and procedures necessary to the proper administration and recording thereof; and
(g) Exercise such other powers as may be necessary for the proper and efficient administration of State aid and the carrying out of all of the provisions of law, including the provisions of P.L.1947, C. 156 (44:8-107. Short title, other references et seq.), regulating the same.
L.1947,C. 156,S.5; amended 1995,C. 259,S.16.
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