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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 55. Office of the Ombudsman
- Section 330. Definitions.
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AS 24.55.330. Definitions.
In this chapter
- (1) "administrative act" means an action, omission, decision, recommendation, practice, policy, or procedure of an agency,
but does not include the preparation or presentation of legislation or the substantive content of a judicial order,
decision, or opinion;
- (2) "agency" includes a department, office, institution, corporation, authority, organization, commission, committee,
council, or board of a municipality or in the executive, legislative, or judicial branches of the state government, and
a department, office, institution, corporation, authority, organization, commission, committee, council, or board of a
municipality or of the state government independent of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches; it also
includes an officer, employee, or member of an "agency" acting or purporting to act in the exercise of official duties,
but does not include the governor, lieutenant governor, a member of the legislature, justice of the supreme court,
judge of the court of appeals, a superior court judge, district court judge, magistrate, member of a city council or
borough assembly, elected city or borough mayor, or a member of an elected school board;
- (3) "record" means a document, paper, memorandum, book, letter, file, drawing, map, plat, photo, photographic file, motion
picture, film, microfilm, microphotograph, exhibit, magnetic or paper tape, punched card, or other item developed or
received under law or in connection with the transaction of official business, but does not include an attorney's work
product, material that is confidential as a privileged communication between an attorney and client under rules adopted
by the supreme court, or confidential oil and gas geological and geophysical data.
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