(a) A school district or county office of education which serves as a grantee agency for a school resource center consortium shall adopt, publish and disseminate legally constituted policies and procedures developed by the consortium on:
(1) Personnel recruitment, selection, placement and retention;
(2) Staff development programs; and
(3) Accounting practices consistent with the current edition of the California School Accounting Manual.
(b) Each school district or county office of education which agrees to participate in the development of an interagency consortium for the purpose of applying for funds to operate a school resource center shall concur in writing that the personnel and fiscal policies and procedures of the grantee agency shall prevail in resource center operations.