- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 20. Compensation, Allowances, and Leave
- Section 245. Donation of Leave.
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AS 39.20.245. Donation of Leave.
- (a) An officer or employee may donate one or more days of personal leave a year to the memorial education revolving loan
fund, or to an education loan account in the fund, under AS 14.43.250
- 14.43.325. The commissioner of administration
shall pay to the account of the memorial education revolving loan fund, or to an education loan account in the fund, an
amount equal to the value of the day or days of personal leave contributed by the officer or employee.
- (b) An officer or employee, with the approval of the person authorizing the employment, may donate accrued personal or
annual leave to another officer or employee only for use as leave for medical reasons. The official responsible for
employee accounts shall debit the donor's personal or annual leave account and credit the donee's personal leave
account, or sick leave account, as appropriate, for medical reasons only, by converting the donated leave into cash
value at the donor's rate of pay and reconverting the cash value to hours of leave at the donee's rate of pay. Leave
donated under this subsection is not leave taken by the donor for purposes of AS 39.20.225
(c). An employee who is covered by a collective bargaining agreement may donate leave to or receive donations of leave
from an employee or officer who is not covered by a collective bargaining agreement, notwithstanding AS 39.20.310(8) and (9).
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