Alaska Statutes.
Title 43. Revenue and Taxation
Chapter 90. Alaska Gasline Inducement Act
Section 220. Records, Reports, Conditions, and Audit Requirements.
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AS 43.90.220. Records, Reports, Conditions, and Audit Requirements.

(a) A licensee shall maintain complete and accurate records of all expenditures and commitments of state money received under this chapter, including receipts and records showing the payment or cost of purchased items and services, the names and addresses of the sellers and service providers, and the dates of service or delivery.

(b) Upon reasonable notice, the commissioners may audit the records, books, and files of the entity receiving the state money or making the expenditures and commitments of money received from the state under this chapter.

(c) The commissioners may do the following with respect to information relating to the project: conduct hearings or other investigative inquiries; compel the attendance of witnesses and production of documents; and require the licensee to furnish information in paper copy or electronic format.

(d) After a license has been issued and until commencement of commercial operations of a natural gas pipeline, the licensee shall allow the commissioners to

(1) have a representative present at all meetings of the licensee's governing body or bodies and equity holders that relate to the project;

(2) receive all relevant notices and information when and as sent to the governing body or bodies and equity holders;

(3) enjoy the same access to information about the licensee as the governing body members and equity owners receive; and

(4) receive relevant reports or information from the licensee that the commissioners reasonably request.

(e) All proprietary information, privileged information, and trade secrets received by the commissioners or their representative under (d) of this section are not subject to public disclosure under AS 40.25.

(f) A licensee shall maintain the records and reports required under this section for seven years from the date the licensee receives state money under this chapter.

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