Alaska Statutes.
Title 16. Fish and Game
Chapter 52. Fishery Industrial Technology Center
Section 20. Duties.
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AS 16.52.020. Duties.

The center shall create employment opportunities in the state's fishing industry and other benefits to the state by

(1) providing training opportunities to citizens of the state on the most efficient and appropriate technologies for the harvesting, processing, and conservation of the fishery resources of the state;

(2) providing information and technical assistance on the adaptation of existing and new technologies to the users of the fishery resources of the state;

(3) providing research and development activities to adapt existing technologies to enhance the economic viability of the industry;

(4) providing research and development activities to create new technologies that will enhance the effectiveness of the industry, and provide economic benefits to state citizens; and

(5) encouraging joint projects between industry and government in order to use industrial experience and government programs to enhance the productivity of the industry.

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