Alaska Video Teleconference Network
Priority Use Policy
- It is recognized that the Governor is granted the chief priority use of executive branch units for conducting official state business. Otherwise, no agency or legislative committee that has scheduled a publicly advertised meeting or public hearing should be bumped from the videoconferencing system.
- Whether or not the meeting space is "owned" by an agency, no agency may "bump" a scheduled meeting.
- Scheduling of state videoconferencing sites will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis. If scheduling conflicts arise, ETS will grant "priority use" to the following agencies at the following sites.
- Governor's Conference Room in Juneau - Priority to the Governor's Office.
- Goldbelt Conference Room in Juneau - Priority to the Governor, Permanent Fund Corporation and the Department of Education.
- Legislative Information Office Conference Room(s): to the Legislature -
See LTN User Priority.
- Agencies who cancel a scheduled videoconference should remove the meeting from the enterprise calendar system. If the meeting involved GCI, Sprint, AT&T, or any other networks outside of the state WAN, any cancellation fees incurred by the vendor will be passed on to the agency which canceled the meeting.