Terms Used In Iowa Code 99G.5
The chief executive officer of the authority shall be appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by the senate and shall serve a four-year term of office beginning and ending as provided in section 69.19. The chief executive officer shall be qualified by training and experience to manage a lottery. The governor may remove the chief executive officer for malfeasance in office, or for any cause that renders the chief executive officer ineligible, incapable, or unfit to discharge the duties of the office. Compensation and employment terms of the chief executive officer shall be set by the governor, taking into consideration the officer’s level of education and experience, as well as the success of the lottery. The chief executive officer shall be an employee of the authority and shall direct the day-to-day operations and management of the authority and be vested with such powers and duties as specified by the board and by law.