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(a) An employee having knowledge of a violation of the provisions of this chapter or the State Personnel Act (AS 39.25) shall report the violation to the employee's supervisor or appointing authority if the violation concerns some person in the reporting employee's agency or department. If the violation concerns a person that is not employed by the same agency or department as the reporter, then the report must be made to the director.
(b) A supervisor or appointing authority notified under (a) of this section shall:
(1) investigate the allegation;
(2) prepare a written statement of the findings;
(3) take any necessary action in accordance with this chapter and the Personnel Act to correct the violation;
(4) take appropriate disciplinary action against the officer or employee responsible for the violation; and
(5) report the findings and actions taken to the principal executive officer.
(c) When a violation of this chapter or the State Personnel Act (AS 39.25) is reported to the director under (a) of this section, the director shall notify the principal executive officer of the appropriate agency or department.
(d) The principal executive officer shall report all instances of violations of the provisions of this chapter or the State Personnel Act to the attorney general. A copy of the report must be sent to the director.
(e) No act of reprisal may be taken against an employee as a result of good-faith use of this section.
History: Eff. 6/28/84, Register 91
Authority: AS 39.25.070
AS 39.25.150 (25)
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