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(a) The foundation will maintain the confidentiality of material in a proposal that the applicant identifies as a trade secret or proprietary information, unless
(1) the board determines that the identified material is not a trade secret or propriety information; or
(2) the applicant subsequently specifies in writing that the material may be released to the public.
(b) If a BIDCO that receives assistance under AS 37.17.200 - AS 37.17.390 identifies information that the BIDCO submits to the foundation as a trade secret or proprietary information, consistence with AS 37.17.090 (f) and AS 37.17.350 , except to the extent that the board determines the information not to be a trade secret or proprietary information.
(d) The board will meet at least twice a year to consider confidentiality issues that arise in the interim.
History: Eff. 8/14/99, Register 151
Authority: AS 37.17.010
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