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ALASKA PUBLIC OFFICES COMMISSION SEEKS PUBLIC MEMBER
ANCHORAGE--The Alaska Public Offices Commission is seeking applicants to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Commission.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission is the state regulatory agency that administers laws requiring disclosure of the financial affairs of lobbyists, public officials, and candidates for state or municipal office. The Commission is seeking a person to serve as its public member for a 5 year term beginning in the spring of 2014. After review by the current Commission members, the person selected will be subject to appointment by the governor and confirmation by the legislature.
Members are expected to attend three or more commission meetings each year; meetings may be up to two or three days long. See AS 15.13.020 for a full list of the Commission’s duties. Members receive a $50 honorarium for each day of the meeting, plus reimbursement for travel and lodging expenses and per diem. Members may not participate in any political activity while serving on the commission and must file a Public Official Financial Disclosure statement (POFD). The POFD is a public record required of many state commissions.
Any person interested in serving should send a resume and written statement of interest to: APOC Commission Public Member, ATTN: Chair, APOC, 2221 E. Northern Lights, #128, Anchorage, AK, 99508-4149. For more information about the process or the commission, contact Paul Dauphinais, Executive Director, 276-4176 or (800) 478-4176 (in-state). Applications will be accepted until the close of business on Friday November 15, 2013.
For more information please contact Paul Dauphinais, Executive Director, APOC, 907-276-4176.