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(a) A provider shall establish written policies relating to employee salaries and overtime, employee leave, employee relocation costs, use of consultants and consultant fees, training, criminal background checks, if necessary for the protection of vulnerable or dependent recipients of services, and conflicts of interest. The provider shall apply these policies consistently in the administration of the provider agreement without regard to the source of the money used for the purposes to which the policies relate.
(b) A provider that is a nonprofit organization must establish and adhere to a written policy stating that an employee of the provider may not be a member of the provider's governing board.
History: Eff. 7/21/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 18.05.040
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