DNR wants protective order authority
Backlog of audits prompts department to ask Legislature for help in dealing with confidential issues arising from royalty disputes
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has a backlog of royalty audit disputes awaiting agreement on sharing of confidential data and is asking an authority, similar to that which the Department of Revenue has, for the commissioner to issue protective orders.
The companion bills, House Bill 330....
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