Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 52. Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act
Section 270. Disclosure Statements.
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AS 39.52.270. Disclosure Statements.

(a) A public officer required to file a disclosure statement under this chapter shall meet the requirements of this subsection in making the disclosure. When the public officer files a disclosure statement under this chapter, the public officer signing the disclosure shall certify that, to the best of the public officer's knowledge, the statement is true, correct, and complete. The disclosure must state that, in addition to any other penalty or punishment that may apply, a person who submits a false statement that the person does not believe to be true is punishable under AS 11.56.200 - 11.56.240.

(b) A designated supervisor who receives a disclosure statement under AS 39.52.110 - 39.52.220 shall review it. If the designated supervisor believes that there is a possibility that the activity or situation reported in a disclosure statement filed under AS 39.52.110 - 39.52.190 may result in a violation of this chapter, the designated supervisor shall take appropriate steps under AS 39.52.210 - 39.52.240. Failure of the designated supervisor to proceed under AS 39.52.210 - 39.52.240 does not relieve the public officer of the public officer's obligations under those statutes.

(c) In this section, "disclosure statement" means a report or written notice filed under AS 39.52.110 - 39.52.220.


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