Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 20. Agencies of the Legislature
Section 156. Purposes.
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AS 24.20.156. Purposes.

The purposes of the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee include

(1) monitoring and reporting

(A) the performance of the agencies of the state that perform lending or investment functions,

(B) the extent to which the performance of these agencies has contributed to the fiscal, financial, economic, and social improvement of the state and its citizens,

(C) the extent to which these agencies and the executive have prepared and coordinated short-term and long-term economic, fiscal, investment, and financial planning;

(2) holding these agencies accountable to statutory intent in their performance by recommending, where appropriate, changes in policy to the agencies or changes in legislation to the legislature;

(3) annually reviewing the extent of capitalization of the investment funds of the state and alternative investment policy for the general fund surplus and recommending needed legislation.

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