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(a) Except as provided in his section, the director may conduct and evaluate demonstration projects. Subject to the provisions of this section, demonstration projects may provide the following:
(1) the methods of establishing qualification requirements for recruitment and appointment to positions;
(2) the methods of classifying positions and compensating employees; and
(3) the methods of assigning, reassigning, evaluating, or promoting employees.
(b) The director may waive any provision of this chapter for a demonstration project under this section if the waiver is consistent with AS 39.25 (State Personnel Act) and other applicable law.
(c) The director will develop a plan for a demonstration project, before conducting the demonstration project, which identifies
(1) the purposes of the project;
(2) the types of employees, applicants, or positions to be included;
(3) the methodology;
(4) the expected duration; and
(5) a specific citation to any provision of this chapter that is waived for the demonstration project.
(d) Before implementing the demonstration project, the director shall present the demonstration project plan to the personnel board for comment.
(e) The director shall evaluate the results of each demonstration project to assess the degree to which its purposes have been achieved.
(f) A report of all ongoing demonstration projects shall be made to the personnel board every six months specifically reporting any new waivers. The waivers are effective until rejected by the personnel board.
History: Eff. 1/15/97, Register 150; am 8/31/2000, Register 156; am 7/22/2004, Register 175
Authority: AS 39.25.070
Editor's note: Even though 2 AAC 07.815 was adopted effective 1/15/97, it was not published until Register 150, July 1999.
Even though the amendment of 2 AAC 07.815 was effective 7/22/2004, it was not published until Register 175, Oct. 2005.
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