Alaska Statutes.
Title 37. Public Finance
Chapter 10. Public Funds
Section 88. Department of Administration Authorized to Make Advances to the University.
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AS 37.10.088. Department of Administration Authorized to Make Advances to the University.

(a) During any fiscal year the Department of Administration may make advances to the University of Alaska against verified receivables from appropriations for grants and contracts from federal or private sources of the university and upon condition that the university reimburse the fund for these advances from funds received by the university from federal or private sources. The advances may not exceed 80 percent of the verified receivables from grants and contracts appropriated from federal or private sources.

(b) The total of advances in a fiscal year may not exceed 10 percent of the total of grants and contracts from federal and private sources appropriated to the university for that fiscal year. The amounts advanced in a fiscal year shall be repaid in full to the department within 120 days following the close of that fiscal year. If the repayment is not made on a timely basis, the department may withhold amounts due from state fund appropriations for the university.

(c) The commissioner of administration shall submit a quarterly report of all advances and reimbursements under this section to the Legislative Budget and Audit Committee.

(d) The department shall establish the procedure for making advances to the university and for securing reimbursement from the university.


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