Alaska Statutes.
Title 23. Labor and Workers' Compensation
Chapter 20. Alaska Employment Security Act
Section 75. Acquisition of Land and Buildings.
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AS 23.20.075. Acquisition of Land and Buildings.

(a) The department may acquire in the name of the state by term purchase agreements based on competitive bids in accordance with AS 36.30 (State Procurement Code) land and buildings upon terms and conditions that are approved by the Bureau of Employment Security of the United States, or its successor, for the purpose of providing office space for the department at a place which the department finds necessary and suitable.

(b) An agreement made for the purchase of premises is subject to the approval of the attorney general and does not subject the state to liability for the payment of the purchase price, except from money which is allocated to the state by the United States Bureau of Employment Security or its successor for the administration of this chapter.

(c) All money received from the United States for the payments authorized in this section for land and buildings shall be deposited in the Employment Security Administration Fund in the state treasury and is appropriated from that fund for purposes of this chapter.

(d) It is the policy of this state that if premises are purchased under this chapter, the department shall be housed in the premises without further payment by the United States, except for general maintenance, utilities, and janitorial services, or if, in the future, it is desirable to move the offices, other suitable similar space will be furnished by the state without further payment for the space by the United States, except for general maintenance, utilities, and janitorial services.

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