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Administrative Orders

Administrative Order No. 121

Establishes a state Pipeline Coordinator’s Office within the Department of Natural Resources with oversight powers over common carrier pipelines.

Administrative Order No. 120

Directs the Department of Environmental Conservation and the Department of Natural Resources to investigate, manage, and protect the state’s ground water resource consistent with the “Alaska Groundwater Quality Protection Strategy”.

Administrative Order No. 119

Directs state department heads to implement waste reduction and recycling practices within their respective offices.

Administrative Order No. 117

Establishes a “Business Development Information Network” administered through the Department of Commerce and Economic Development.

Administrative Order No. 116

Establishes the Office of Prevention within the Department of Health and Social Services for children and families at risk.

Administrative Order No. 115

Designation of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, Division of Occupational Licensing as the state agency responsible for implementation of the training, certification, and registration requirements of nurse aides under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 (P.L. 100-203), as it may be amended from time to time.

Administrative Order No. 111

Orders transfer of the Fish & Game Licensing Program from Department of Revenue to Department of Fish & Game.

Administrative Order No. 112

Orders the Department of Environmental Conservation, Fish & Game, and Natural Resources to exercise their respective statutory authorities on land and water use, state resources development, environmental protection and other activities, so cleanup, damage assessment and recovery receive the highest priority. (Contains attachment identifying correctly dated version.)

Administrative Order No. 109

The purpose is to assure that there is no unconstitutional or otherwise unlawful discrimination in the award of contracts and subcontracts for public works projects undertaken by the Alaska Power Authority; overcome the effects of past discrimination against minorities, women, and other classes of persons and ensure equal business opportunities for minorities, women, and other classes of persons. Supersedes AO 18, and Supplements AO’s 59, 75, 76, 86, and 93.

Administrative Order No. 108

Under Section 4 of Administrative Order #97, the Governor’s Interim Commission on Children and Youth termination date is extended to May 15, 1989.

Administrative Order No. 107

Merging of the Division of Community Development and the Division of Housing Assistance within the Department of Community and Regional Affairs. Renaming the consolidated division as Division of Rural Development. (Organizational chart A is attached.)

Administrative Order No. 106

Executive Branch state offices will be open for Business on February 12, the holiday known as Lincoln’s Birthday. A day of personal leave will be credited to employees’ leave accounts in lieu of observance of this holiday.

Administrative Order No. 105

Creates the Governor’s Task Force on Transportation Facilities within the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Ceases to exist July 1, 1988 unless extended by subsequent AO.

Administrative Order No. 104

The purpose of this Order is to establish a management system for oversight of the Trans-Alaska Gas System (TAGS), including designating the lead agency and procedures for processing and adjudicating Yukon Pacific Corporation’s (YPC) application for a common carrier pipeline right-of-way lease. This Order defines responsibilities of State agencies and procedures the State will follow during the processing of the right-of-way lease and monitoring of preconstruction, construction, operations, closure and rehabilitation of TAGS. The management system established by this Order shall also encompass the activities of Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company (NWA) with regard to its pipeline proposal, and routing or proximity issues that relate to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) and the TAGS.

Administrative Order No. 103

Establish the Alaska State Emergency Response Commission within the Department of Environmental Conservation.

Administrative Order No. 98

The Alaska State Building Authority (the authority) is the housing credit agency for the state within the meaning of Section 42(h)(7)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, has the responsibility and authority to establish procedures necessary for proper allocation and distribution of low-income housing tax credits, and shall exercise all powers necessary to administer the allocation of those credits

Administrative Order No. 96

Designates the Department of Labor as the Agency responsible for the implementation of an occupational information system to meet the common needs for planning and operation of programs authorized by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act

Administrative Order No. 95

Merge the Division of Community Development and the Division of Housing Assistance within the Department of Community and Regional Affairs

Administrative Order No. 91

Withhold expenditure authority for school debt retirement in a manner that meets the original intention of Administrative Order 90

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