Under Sec. 24.45.031(a)(4), the commission shall prepare and publish a biennial report of its activities, findings, and recommendations under this chapter, which shall be made available to the governor, legislature, and to the public by February 1 of each odd-numbered calendar year; the commission shall notify the legislature that the report is available.
Sec. 24.45.031(b)(3) states the commission may prepare, publish, and make available to the public, periodic, but at least biannually, summaries of the statements and reports received; these summaries shall list separately individual lobbyists and employers of lobbyists.
The Legislative Financial Disclosure Law (AS 24.60.200) states that a legislator, a public member of the committee, and a legislative director shall file a disclosure statement, under oath and on penalty of perjury, with the Alaska Public Offices Commission. Under Sec. 24.60.230, a statement filed with the Alaska Public Offices Commission under AS 24.60.200 is a public record.