Alaska Statutes.
Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
Chapter 57. Museums
Section 70. Conflict of Interest.
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AS 14.57.070. Conflict of Interest.

(a) A member of the committee may not act on a matter relating to the state museum in which the member's relationship with another person or with respect to the acquisition or disposition of an item owned by, in custody of, or proposed to be acquired by or for the state museum creates a conflict of interest. A committee member may not

(1) have a pecuniary or property interest in an item that is proposed to be acquired or disposed of by or for the state museum;

(2) have a pecuniary or property interest, directly or indirectly, in a contract to which the museum, or the state on behalf of the museum, is a party; or

(3) receive compensation for services rendered to the state museum as a consultant, expert, appraiser, or otherwise, except as provided in AS 14.57.040.

(b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a committee member may bequeath or donate an item to the state museum.

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