The commissioner of administration must:
(1) act as a consultant to the board on the physical structural needs of the state; and
(2) do studies and report the results to the board when the board requests reports for its planning.
(a) The board and the commissioner of administration, jointly, must have, prescribe, and periodically revise their standards and policies on the repair, furnishing, appearance, and cleanliness of, and change to, the public and ceremonial areas of the Capitol.
(b) The standards and policies are binding on the commissioner.
(c) Section 14.386 and the rest of chapter 14, the Administrative Procedure Act, do not apply to this subdivision.
The commissioner of administration must consult with the board about building sites and design standards for capital budget requests in the Capitol Area.
The commissioner of administration must consult with the board about internal changes that bring about substantial changes to the architecture of the interior of a proposed building.