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A. In addition to the powers and duties prescribed in section 15-1851, the commission for postsecondary education shall:
1. Meet at least four times each year.
2. Adopt rules to carry out the purposes of this article.
3. Administer and enforce this article and rules adopted pursuant to this article.
4. Keep a record of its proceedings.
5. Contract, on behalf of this state, with the United States secretary of education for the purpose of complying with the provisions of title IV, part H, subpart one of the higher education amendments of 1992.
6. Comply with title 38, chapter 3, article 3.1 and title 39.
B. The commission may:
1. Adopt an official seal.
3. Sue and be sued.
4. Receive, hold, make and take leases of and sell personal property for the benefit of the commission.
5. Subject to title 41, chapter 4, article 4, employ personnel as the commission deems necessary to carry out this article. The commission may designate the duties of these personnel. The commission employees are subject to title 41, chapter 4, article 4 and, as applicable, articles 5 and 6.
6. Establish policy centers under its control to conduct studies.
7. Coordinate and promote studies of interest to postsecondary institutions in this state.
C. The commission is exempt from title 41, chapter 6 but shall adopt rules in a manner substantially similar to title 41, chapter 6.