Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 25. State Personnel Act
Section 200. Definitions.
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AS 39.25.200. Definitions.

In AS 39.25.195 - 39.25.200,

(1) "certified" means signed by the head of a department or agency or by a responsible person designated by the head of a department or agency;

(2) "director" means the director of the division of personnel;

(3) "emergency employee" means an employee appointed for a period not to exceed 30 calendar days, whose appointment was made under conditions requiring immediate action to carry on work that is required in the public interest;

(4) "nonpermanent employee" means a person who is employed in state service in a position that is not in the exempt or partially exempt service and who is not a permanent or an emergency employee;

(5) "permanent employee" means an employee who has been appointed to an authorized, permanent full-time or part-time or permanent seasonal position in the classified service and who is in the process of completing or has successfully completed the required probationary service in that position;

(6) "program or project employee" means a nonpermanent employee, including a student intern, who is employed in state service with prior written understanding that employment in that position will continue for at most the duration of a specified program or project that is not a regular and continuing function of a department or agency and that has an established probable date of termination.

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