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(a) All program records relating to the grant project are the sole property of the Corporation. A grantee shall permit any representative of the Corporation to examine and make copies of all program records related to the grant at any time during regular business hours upon 24 hours notice. Upon the Corporation's written request, a grantee shall immediately deliver the original version of all program records to the Corporation. The delivery of program records to the Corporation shall be at the grantee's expense and the grantee may not condition in any manner whatsoever the delivery of program records. Any records that grantee has retained on microfilm or otherwise condensed must be reproduced promptly, at no cost, upon the Corporation's written request.
(b) The grantee shall permit any representative of the Corporation to examine and make copies of all administrative records related to the grant at any time during regular business hours upon 24-hours notice. A grantee's financial, accounting and banking records are related to the grant if they document in any way the receipt, deposit, expenditure or accounting of any grant funds. A grantee's employee personnel records are related to the grant if the employee at issue was paid in whole or in part with grant funds during the term of the grant agreement. A grantee may not condition in any manner whatsoever the Corporation's right to examine and copy administrative records related to the grant.
(c) The grantee and a subcontractor of a grantee under 15 AAC 154.745 shall retain grant and subcontract records, including records of the receipt and disposition of grant income, for a period of three years, subject to the following:
(1) the grantee or the subcontractor shall retain the records as long as an audit is in progress or as long as audit findings, litigation, or claims involving the records are pending;
(2) the grantee or the subcontractor shall retain the records for non-expendable personal property of the grant project for three years after the final disposition of or appropriate reimbursement for that property to the Corporation; and
(3) the retention period for each year's records begins at the date of submission to the Corporation of the grantee's or subcontractor's annual or final financial status report or its equivalent;
(d) The provisions of (c) of this section do not apply to records transferred to or maintained by the Corporation. The Corporation may request a transfer of the records described in (a) of this section to the custody of the Corporation at any time during the retention period established in (c) of this section if the Corporation determines that it is in the best interests of the Corporation. The Corporation may make arrangements with the grantee to retain records that are continually needed for joint access.
History: Eff. 6/11/96, Register 139
Authority: AS 18.55.100
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