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Title 44. State Government
Chapter 21. Department of Administration
Section 20. Duties of Department.
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AS 44.21.020. Duties of Department.

The Department of Administration shall

(1) make surveys and studies to improve administrative procedures, methods, and organization;

(2) keep general accounts;

(3) approve vouchers and disburse funds for all purposes;

(4) operate centralized purchasing and supply services, and necessary storerooms and warehouses;

(5) allot space in state buildings to the various departments according to need and available space;

(6) supervise telephone, mailing, messenger, duplicating, and similar services adaptable to centralized management;

(7) administer the public employees' retirement system and teachers' retirement system;

(8) administer a statewide personnel program, including central personnel services such as recruitment, assessment, position classification, and pay administration;

(9) administer and supervise a statewide automatic data processing program;

(10) study, design, implement, and manage the telecommunications systems and services of the state under AS 44.21.305 - 44.21.330;

(11) provide administrative services to the Violent Crimes Compensation Board.

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