- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 52. Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act
- Section 370. Personnel Board Action.
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AS 39.52.370. Personnel Board Action.
- (a) Within 10 days after receipt of the hearing officer's report, either party may protest the officer's findings of fact,
conclusions of law, and recommendation, and, if a protest is filed, shall serve a copy on the other party. Oral
argument before the personnel board must be provided only if requested by either party. The board chair shall set the
deadline for submission of requests for oral argument, and set the dates for submission of briefs and oral argument
before the board, if requested.
- (b) The board may issue subpoenas under AS 39.52.380
, and may, for good cause shown, augment the hearing record, in whole or in part, or hold a hearing de novo.
- (c) The personnel board shall review each report submitted by a hearing officer and shall either adopt or amend the
findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendation of the officer. Deliberations of the personnel board must be
conducted in sessions not open to the public.
- (d) If the personnel board determines that a violation occurred, it may impose the penalties in AS 39.52.410
, 39.52.440, and 39.52.450, as appropriate. If the board determines that
no violation occurred, the board shall issue a written order of dismissal.
- (e) The personnel board secretary shall promptly notify the parties and the public officer's designated supervisor of the
- (f) The subject of the accusation may appeal the personnel board's decision by filing an appeal in the superior court as
provided in the Alaska Rules of Appellate Procedure.
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