The Ethics Committee
Legislative Findings and Purpose, Section AS 24.60.010 of the Legislative Ethics Act.
"High moral and ethical standards among public servants in the legislative branch of government are essential to assure the trust, respect, and confidence of the people of this state."
"A fair and open government requires that legislators and legislative employees conduct the public’s business in a manner that preserves the integrity of the legislative process and avoids conflicts of interest or even appearances of conflicts of interest."
Ethics Committee - Find out about the Ethics Committee
Ethics Committee Meetings - Agendas and committee minutes
Ethics Act - Alaska Statute 24.60, effective January 1, 2017.
Standards of Conduct Handbook - Explanation of Ethics Act with a Q & A for each section
Advisory Opinions - Who can request an Advisory Opinion and what information is needed
Advisory Opinions - Index of Advisory Opinions listed by Subject, Year, or Statement of Facts
Advisory Opinions Search - Searchable database of Advisory Opinions from 1984 to present
Disclosures - Information on disclosures, reporting forms and a listing of disclosures by year
Disclosure Search - Search electronically filed disclosures NEW
The Advisor - The bi-monthly Ethics Newsletter
Ethics Training - Requirements for training, PowerPoint presentations and on-line training videos.
Useful Informational Materials Internships
Legislative Newsletters and Other Legislative Communications – General Information, Campaign Related Information, Funds, Distribution, Voter Registration Activities
Campaign/Candidate Related Information – Legislative Candidacies, Model Office Policy for Campaign Related Inquiries
File an Ethics Complaint - Information on the complaint process
Complaint Decisions - Public decisions are issued when a complaint is investigated
Related State Laws - Other Alaska state laws which relate to standards of conduct
Select Committee on Legislative Ethics
P.O. Box 90251
Anchorage AK 99509-0251
(907 269-0152 fax