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Title 4 . Education and Early Development
Chapter 59 . (Repealed)
Section 15. Agency records retention schedule

4 AAC 59.015. Agency records retention schedule

(a) An agency shall prepare a records retention schedule for all agency records and submit the schedule to the state archivist.

(b) The state archivist shall

(1) review the records retention schedule to determine whether the schedule adequately protects the state's historical interest in the records;

(2) submit the records retention schedule to the commissioner of administration to determine whether the schedule adequately protects the state's administrative interests in the records;

(3) submit the records retention schedule to the attorney general to determine whether the schedule adequately protects the state's legal interests in the records; and

(4) after determining that the records retention schedule protects the state's interests in the records and receiving approval from the attorney general, give final approval to the schedule.

(c) A records retention schedule approved under this chapter gives the agency authority to dispose of records.

(d) An approved records retention schedule may not be changed unless the state archivist, the commissioner of administration, the attorney general, and the chief executive officer of the agency give written approval to the change.

History: Eff. 10/2/94, Register 131

Authority: AS 40.21.030

AS 40.21.050


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