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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
- Section 40. Contracts or Leases.
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AS 24.60.040. Contracts or Leases.
- (a) A legislator or legislative employee, or a member of the immediate family of a legislator or legislative employee, may
not be a party to or have an interest in a state contract or lease unless the contract or lease is let under AS 36.30 (State Procurement Code) or, for agencies that are not subject
to AS 36.30, under similar procedures, or the total annual amount
of the state contract or lease is $5,000 or less, or is a standardized contract or lease that was developed under
publicly established guidelines and is generally available to the public at large, members of a profession, occupation,
or group. A person has an interest in a state contract or lease under this section if the person receives direct or
indirect financial benefits. A legislator or legislative employee who participates in, or who knows or reasonably
should know that a family member is participating in, a state contract or lease that has an annual value of $5,000 or
more shall disclose the participation to the committee by the date required under AS 24.60.105
. The committee shall promptly forward the disclosure to the appropriate house for inclusion in the journal, and the presiding
officer shall cause the disclosure to be published in the journal or in the supplemental journal not later than the next
regularly scheduled publication of ethics disclosures. The legislator or legislative employee shall also disclose the renegotiation of a state contract or lease if the
original had to be disclosed under this section or if, as a result of renegotiation, disclosure is required under this
section. The disclosure must state the amount of the contract or lease and the name of the state agency issuing the
contract or lease and must identify the procedures under which the contract or lease was issued. If the disclosure
concerns a contract or lease in which a family member of the discloser is participating, the disclosure must identify
the relationship between the participant and the discloser.
- (b) This section does not apply to a contract or lease issued under a state program or loan that is subject to AS 24.60.050
. A grant that results in a contract but that is not subject to AS 24.60.050
is subject to this section.
- (c) In this section, "direct or indirect financial benefits" means income, profits, or other financial benefits under a
state contract, without regard to whether the income, profits, or other financial benefits ensue to the person as a
partner, shareholder, investor, agent, employee, consultant, or joint venturer of the contractor.
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