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(a) Subject to the provisions of AS 40.25.110 - 40.25.220, a public record maintained by a public agency is available for inspection and copying in the format in which that agency maintains or disseminates the record. A public agency shall duplicate and provide copies of a public record upon request and upon payment of the applicable fee as described by this chapter.
(b) A public agency is not required to compile or summarize its public records in response to a request for public records.
(c) A public agency is not required to manipulate its data to create new records in response to a request for public records. A public agency may manipulate its data to create electronic services and products if
(1) the public agency can do so without impairing its functioning;
(2) the data is protected from intentional or accidental modification or destruction; and
(3) the requestor pays for the cost of developing the requested electronic service or product, based on fees established by the public agency under 2 AAC 96.460.
(d) When providing public records or electronic services or products, a public agency shall ensure that access to confidential information and proprietary software is protected. Except as provided by law, if the request is for a public record that contains confidential information, the public agency shall delete or mask the nondisclosable confidential information and provide the requested public records upon payment of the applicable fee as described in 2 AAC 96.360.
History: Eff. 11/6/94, Register 132
Authority: AS 40.25.110
Editor's note: As of Register 176 (January 2006), and acting under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), the regulations attorney relocated former 6 AAC 96.210 to 2 AAC 96.210, and made conforming technical changes to 2 AAC 96.210(c) (3) and (d), to reflect Executive Order 113 (2005). Executive Order 113 eliminated the Telecommunications Information Council and transferred its functions to the governor and to the Department of Administration. The history note for 2 AAC 96.210 carries forward the history from former 6 AAC 96.210.
As of Register 158 (July 2001), the regulations attorney made technical revisions under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), to reflect the 2000 renumbering of former AS 09.25.100 - 09.25.220 by the revisor of statutes. The provisions of former AS 09.25.100 - 09.25.220 were relocated to AS 40.25.100 - 40.25.220.
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