The director of the division of personnel in the Department of Administration shall prepare and submit regulations necessary to carry out the intent of AS 39.20.200 - 39.20.330. These regulations must include provisions for crediting and, if necessary, converting accrued leave when an officer or employee transfers, without break in service, between a department or agency of the state government where the officer or employee is subject to AS 39.20.200 - 39.20.330 and a department or agency of the state government where the officer or employee is not subject to AS 39.20.200 - 39.20.330. These regulations shall be submitted to the commissioner of administration. The commissioner of administration shall review the regulations and submit them to the personnel board. The regulations, or any part of the regulations, have the force and effect of law 30 days after they are submitted to the personnel board if not disapproved by the personnel board. Amendments to the regulations shall be prepared and submitted in the same manner, and have the force and effect of law 30 days after they are submitted to the personnel board, if not disapproved by the personnel board. The regulations adopted under AS 39.20.200 - 39.20.330 relate to the internal management of state agencies and their adoption is not subject to the provisions of AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act).
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