Standing Orders of the State Government
(1) The State Government adopts its standing orders.
(2) The standing orders attribute the affairs of the State administration to the members of the State Government.
(3) The standing orders determine which matters of the State administration are to be dealt with by the State Government as a whole and which are to be dealt with by its individual members.
(4) The standing orders may establish that specific categories of business pertaining to the indirect Federal administration and the administration of Federal assets assigned to the State Governor shall be conducted by other members of the State Government in the name of the State Governor because of their close link with matters of State administration.