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North Carolina Department of Administration

Government Agencies

Fall; Spring; Summer

Work Description

DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION:

One of the business managers of State government as well as home to numerous advocacy-related organizations.

On the business side, the Department is home to the following Divisions: 1) Purchase and Contract, 2) State Property and 3) State Construction, as well as Facilities Management, Parking, Mail Service, Motor Fleet, State Environmental Clearinghouse, Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses, Agency for Public Telecommunications, and Surplus Property.

On the advocacy-related side, the Department is home to the following Divisions: Council for Women, Veterans Affairs, Indian Affairs, Non-Public Education, Justice for Sterilization Victims Foundation, Youth Advocacy & Involvement, and Human Relations Commission.

DESCRIPTION OF STUDENT WORK/PROJECTS:

  • Administrative law: work on modification and repeal of specified rules.

  • Statutory research: wide-ranging issues as needed, including for advocacy-related divisions.

  • Policies and Procedures: review existing Departmental policies; discuss and prepare any updates.

  • Transactional: review and update contract processes; review and prepare contracts. Conduct related statutory and budgetary guidelines research.

  • Policies and Procedures and Administrative Law: assist in drafting new procurement policies and procedures and possibly rules.

  • Other: possible environmental and real estate work.

COURSE OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES FOR STUDENT:

Corporations, contracts, administrative law, legal writing, though no courses are necessarily required.

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