Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 50. Public Official Financial Disclosure
Section 50. Administration and Inspection.
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AS 39.50.050. Administration and Inspection.

(a) The Alaska Public Offices Commission created under AS 15.13.020 (a) shall administer the provisions of this chapter. The commission shall prepare and keep available for distribution standardized forms on which the reports required by this chapter shall be filed. The commission shall print the forms provided under this section so that the front and back of each page have the same orientation when the page is rotated on the vertical axis of the page. The commission shall require request that the information required under this chapter, unless it is information required of a municipal officer, be submitted electronically but may, when circumstances warrant an exception, accept any information required under this chapter that is typed in clear and legible black typeface or hand-printed in dark ink on paper in a format approved by the commission or on forms provided by the commission and that is filed with the commission. A municipal officer shall submit information required under this chapter electronically, typed, or hand-printed in the manner described in this subsection.

(b) The commission shall adopt regulations to implement and interpret the provisions of this chapter. Regulations or interpretation shall be within the intent and purpose of this chapter and are subject to judicial review under AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act).

(c) Reports filed under this chapter shall be kept on file for at least six years and are public records.

(d) [Repealed, Sec. 35 ch 126 SLA 1994].

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