Gov’t shutdown effects: Alaska Permanent Fund Corp.
The Alaska Department of Administration sent out notices to thousands of employees June 1, warning of layoffs if lawmakers don’t pass a budget on July 1.
Thursday, Governor Walker ordered the Walker-Mallott Administration set up an incident command structure to prepare Alaskans for a potential government shutdown, according to a press release from the Governor’s office.
Chief Executive Officer Angela Rodell announced the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC) is taking steps to make sure the Alaska Permanent Fund and money managed on behalf of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority are managed, according to a press release from the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation.
For details, read the press release below.
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