- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 23. State Officers Compensation Commission
- Section 240. Duties of the Commission.
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AS 39.23.240. Duties of the Commission.
- (a) The commission shall review the salaries, benefits, and allowances of members of the legislature and prepare a report
on its findings at least once every two years, but not more frequently than every year. The commission shall notify the
legislature that the report is available.
- (b) The commission may review the compensation, benefits, and allowances of the governor, lieutenant governor, justices
and judges of the court system, and the heads of the principal departments and shall prepare a report of its
recommendations for the legislature. The commission shall notify the legislature that the report is available.
- (c) The commission shall prepare its preliminary findings and recommendations for the compensation of state officers by
November 15. The commission shall give reasonable public notice of its preliminary findings and recommendations,
solicit public comments, and give due regard to the public comments, before submitting a final report under (d) of this
- (d) The commission shall make available a final report of its findings and recommendations as to the rate and form of
compensation, benefits, and allowances for legislators during the first 10 days of a legislative session.
- (e) The commission may prepare amendments to the report submitted under (d) of this section and notify the legislature
that the amendments are available.
- (f) A commission member who does not concur in the proposed or final recommendations may attach written objections to the
commission's report of its findings and recommendations.
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