Alaska Statutes.
Title 24. Legislature
Chapter 65. Office of Victims' Rights
Section 80. Office Facilities and Administration.
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AS 24.65.080. Office Facilities and Administration.

(a) Subject to restrictions and limitations imposed by the executive director of the Legislative Affairs Agency, the administrative facilities and services of the Legislative Affairs Agency, including computer, data processing, and teleconference facilities, may be made available to the victims' advocate to be used in the management of the office of victims' rights and to carry out the purposes of this chapter.

(b) The salary and benefits of the victims' advocate and the permanent staff of the victims' advocate shall be paid through the same procedures used for payment of the salaries and benefits of other permanent legislative employees.

(c) The victims' advocate shall submit a budget for each fiscal year to the Alaska Legislative Council, and the council shall annually submit an estimated budget to the governor for information purposes in the preparation of the executive budget. After reviewing and approving, with or without modifications, the budget submitted by the victims' advocate, the council shall submit the approved budget to the finance committees of the legislature.

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