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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 7 . Public Information
Section 333. Acting in a higher range

2 AAC 07.333. Acting in a higher range

An employee who has received prior written delegation from the employee's principal executive officer to perform essentially all the duties of a specific position in a higher range than the employee's own for more than 15 consecutive calendar days shall, retroactive to the first day, be paid at the step in the higher range that would be appropriate in the case of a promotion. Upon resumption of the employee's normal duties, the employee will return to the employee's regular salary. Delegations to perform essentially all the duties of a specific position in a higher range may not exceed 60 consecutive calendar days unless an extension is approved in advance by the director as necessary for the economy or efficiency of the state service.

History: Eff. 8/24/94, Register 137; am 7/22/2004, Register 175

Authority: AS 39.25.070

AS 39.25.140

AS 39.25.150

Editor's note: The 8/24/94 adoption of 2 AAC 07.333 first appeared in print in the Alaska Administrative Code with Register 137 (April 1996).

Even though the amendment of 2 AAC 07.333 was effective 7/22/2004, it was not published until Register 175, Oct. 2005.


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