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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 7 . Public Information
Section 950. Nepotism

2 AAC 07.950. Nepotism

(a) No person may be employed in the classified or partially exempt service in a department or agency if that person is the spouse of, or is related by blood or marriage, within and including the second degree of kindred, to the principal executive officer of the department or agency, to the principal executive officer's deputy or to an assistant principal executive officer.

(b) An appointing authority may not appoint a person to a classified or partially exempt position in a division of a state department or agency if that person is related by blood or marriage, within and including the second degree of kindred, to the director of that division, to a deputy director, or to an assistant director.

(c) An appointing authority may not appoint a person to a classified or partially exempt position in a state department or agency if that person is related by blood or marriage, within and including the second degree of kindred, to an employee in the department or agency unless the principal executive officer of the department or agency approves the appointment in writing. The principal executive officer of the department or agency may not approve an appointment under this subsection that places a person in a direct supervisory relationship to a person related by blood or marriage within and including the second degree of kindred, or that is prohibited by (a) or (b) of this section.

(d) A copy of any written approval of appointment executed under subsection (c) of this section must be filed with the director.

History: In effect before 6/28/84; am 6/28/84, Register 91

Authority: AS 39.10.010

AS 39.25.150 (25)


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