- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 37. Public Finance
- Chapter 10. Public Funds
- Section 54. Invoices For Designated Regulatory Services.
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AS 37.10.054. Invoices For Designated Regulatory Services.
- (a) Unless a negotiated service agreement reached under AS 37.10.052(b) or (c) provides otherwise, a resource agency
charging a fee for providing a designated regulatory service other than a standard designated regulatory service for
which a fixed fee has been established under AS 37.10.052
(a) shall, on a monthly basis, provide the person who will be billed for the service with an invoice for services
performed during that month. The invoice must be reasonably convenient to the reader, and reasonably susceptible to
audit. The invoice must set out, in time increments of not greater than one-quarter hour for each employee, and
separately for each expenditure, the purpose of the time or expenditure in sufficient detail to permit a reasonable
person to determine whether the time or cost was an actual and reasonable direct cost.
- (b) If a person believes that an invoice rendered under (a) of this section exceeds the actual and reasonable direct cost
of providing the designated regulatory service, the person may, within 30 days after receiving the invoice, request
that the resource agency review the invoice. The resource agency shall review the invoice under the standards of this
section and issue its final decision on the invoice within 30 days of receipt of a request for review.
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