- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 36. Public Contracts
- Chapter 10. Employment Preference
- Section 90. Publication of List of Violators.
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AS 36.10.090. Publication of List of Violators.
- (a) The commissioner of labor and workforce development shall distribute to all departments and agencies of the state
government and to all political subdivisions of the state a list of the names of persons or firms convicted of a
violation of this chapter. A person appearing on the list or a firm, corporation, partnership, or association in which
the person has an interest may not work as a contractor or subcontractor on a public construction contract for the
state or a political subdivision until after three years from the date of publication of the list.
- (b) A local government or school district covered by the provisions of this chapter that is found to be in violation of
these provisions may be required to forfeit all or part of the state aid made available for the project in which the
violation occurs and in addition may be denied up to 12 months of state revenue sharing or public school funding. A
state department or agency head found to be in violation of this chapter may be required to forfeit the position of
department or agency head.
- (c) A person or governmental entity covered by the provisions of (b) of this section who is not satisfied by a decision of
the Department of Labor and Workforce Development may, as the final administrative process, appeal the decision to a
committee consisting of the commissioners of transportation and public facilities, labor, and administration. The
commissioner of transportation and public facilities is the chairman of the committee. A quorum for conducting
business is three members and any decision made must be supported by a majority of the committee members. The
committee may, upon a showing of hardship, waive all or any part of the penalty provisions of this chapter.
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