Alaska Statutes.
Title 37. Public Finance
Chapter 5. Fiscal Procedures Act
Section 210. Fiscal Reporting and Statistics.
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AS 37.05.210. Fiscal Reporting and Statistics.

(a) The Department of Administration shall

(1) file with the governor and with the legislative auditor before December 16 a report of the financial transactions of the preceding fiscal year and of the financial condition of the state as of the end of that year, prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and audited by the legislative auditor in accordance with generally accepted audit standards, with comments and supplementary data that the Department of Administration considers necessary; this report shall be printed for the information of the legislature and the public;

(2) compile statistics necessary for the budget and other statistics required by the governor;

(3) file a travel and compensation report with the legislature by January 31 of each year containing detailed information for the previous calendar year of the salaries, per diem, travel expenses, relocation expenses, and any additional allowances for

(A) the governor, the lieutenant governor, and the chiefs of staff of the governor and lieutenant governor;

(B) the president and vice-president of the University of Alaska and the chancellors of the individual campuses of the university;

(C) the commissioners or other executive heads of the principal departments in the executive branch of state government, and the deputy commissioners and division directors in those departments; and

(D) the executive heads of public corporations created by law, including the Alaska Railroad Corporation.

(b) By January 21 of each year, the University of Alaska and each public corporation shall provide the information related to salaries, per diem, travel expenses, relocation expenses, and any additional allowances to the Department of Administration in the form and manner prescribed by the department.


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