Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 35. Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs
Section 20. Duties and Powers of Department.
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AS 44.35.020. Duties and Powers of Department.

(a) The Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs shall

(1) conduct the military affairs of the state as prescribed by the Military Code;

(2) cooperate with the federal government in matters of mutual concern pertaining to the welfare of Alaskan veterans, including establishing, extending, or strengthening services for veterans in the state; and

(3) annually, not later than February 1, make available a report to the legislature, through the governor, outlining the department's activities during the previous calendar year; the department shall notify the legislature that the report is available.

(b) The Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs may administer training and pre-employment training programs.

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