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For more recent publications, first check agency websites. You can get to most state agencies from the State's home page and then use the search boxes on agency websites, or use a site search command if available through your favorite search engine.
The Alaska Library Catalog is still the primary place to go to look for State publications, especially if you don't find what you need on the agency's website. It will include records created by the Alaska State Library and the other State Publications Depository Libraries.
The Alaska Library Catalog includes only publications that agencies send to us, or that we find ourselves and catalog. But we do try to capture all web-based publications using Archive-it. Therefore, if you don't find what you need on an agency's website or in the catalog, try searching our web archives directly. To learn more, use the "Website Snapshots" tab at the top of this guide.
This is the Alaska State Library's new repository for digital State publications. We are still migrating content from our web servers to this repository. Any distinct publication in this repository should also have a catalog record, but sometimes content will show up in the Digital Library before the catalog, so it might be worth checking both places.
The Hands-on-Loan program is now digital! Educators can submit requests, and in response the Museum will "set out a display of the objects, and give a presentation to your class on one of these platforms: Zoom, WebEx, or Teams."
While programming appears to have slowed down with COVID, recorded Supreme Court LIVE videos and accompanying educational materials are available for teachers. Keep an eye out here for future programs.
Governor's proposed and enacted budgets. In the Alaska Library Catalog, look for "[Operating and Capital Budget Workbook]." For detailed information by agency, select the link for the enacted budget for the appropriate fiscal year, then scroll all the way down and choose "Operating and Capital Details by Department."
From the website: [A] detailed summary of each state agency's budget, post-session, at the individual allocation level. In each agency's book, you will find a summary of significant budget changes for that agency, specific reports that break down objects of expenditure, fund sources, and positions for each allocation, as well as changes from the prior year's budget.
Access to every municipal budget and year-end financial statement submitted to the Division. Cities and boroughs are required to submit these documents. Budgets are available from FY2000 forward and financial statements are available from FY1998 forward.
How do I research Alaska law and legislative history?
Describes the sources of law in Alaska. Covers statutes, the administrative code, case law, court rules, pattern jury instructions, Alaska’s constitution, executive orders, attorney general opinions, and municipal codes. Both print and internet resources are covered, and links to internet resources are provided.
I need to know what State official or agency is/was responsible for something
Daniel Cornwall maintains a list of some Alaska State Agency databases. The list is hosted by ALA's Government Documents Roundtable.
If you don't find what you need on the GODORT list, search state websites for pages containing the words "database" or "search". For example, entering this query (in Google, DuckDuckGo, and Bing) will help you find ADF&G databases: database site:adfg.alaska.gov