State weighs conflicts of interest
Upcoming infrastructure review presents situation where experience also brings legitimate concerns about conflicts of interest
As the state looks for a company to check out the oil and gas infrastructure in Alaska, it is facing the inevitable complications arising from the simple fact that the Alaska oil world can sometimes be a small one.
Perhaps the most inevitable among those is how best to define conflicts of interest.
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Confusion about conflicts
New guidelines for conflicts
Complex project from the start
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