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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 21. Insurance
- Chapter 6. The Director of Insurance
- Section 30. Deputies and Assistants; Volunteers.
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AS 21.06.030. Deputies and Assistants; Volunteers.
- (a) The director may appoint a chief deputy, who shall be in charge of the division of insurance under the direction and
control of the director.
- (b) The director may appoint additional deputies for purposes designated by the director.
- (c) The director may employ a competent insurance actuary to perform actuarial duties, if any, of the division, to take
charge of or assist in the examination of insurers, and to perform other assigned duties.
- (d) The director may appoint or employ examiners to conduct or assist in examinations provided for under this title as may
be competent because of experience or special education or training to fulfill the responsibilities of an insurance
- (e) The director may appoint and employ a field investigator whose primary duty is to make investigations in this state of
violations or claimed violations of this title.
- (f) The director may appoint a chief clerk for the division, and employ other assistants and clerks necessary to discharge
the duties of the director under this title.
- (g) The director may contract for and procure, on a fee or part-time basis, or both, actuarial, technical, or other
professional services required for the discharge of the director's duties.
- (h) A volunteer member of an advisory committee who has been appointed by the director under a provision of this title to
assist and advise the director on issues or matters concerning a specific area of insurance is not entitled to payment
of per diem or travel expenses authorized under AS 39.20.180
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