Small businesses are still experiencing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but Alaskans can help their neighbors’ businesses by choosing to shop within their communities, says Commerce Commissioner Julie Anderson.
Chugach Electric Association Board Chair Rachel Morse and CEO Lee Thibert look back at the first year after the electric utility acquired ML&P.
The Alaska Regional Development Organizations (ARDORs) network was formally established in 1988 with the founding purpose to plan and support economic development in their respective region and local communities.
There are three things that cannot be stopped: time, gravity, and the increasing complexity of the Stark Law. To be fair, complexity has not been the goal of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Rather, Stark’s nearly impenetrable regulatory maze is the direct byproduct of a poorly drafted statute.
As Alaska entices COVID-cautious travelers to again visit the Last Frontier, a bill being considered by our US Congress called the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act of 2021 would put our tourism industry’s—and state’s—economic recovery at risk,” writes Renea Saade.
Alicia Siira, Joe Michel, Rebecca Logan, and Kati Capozzi explain potential consequences of the PRO Act on Alaskan workers.
Laura Bruce, director of APCM Wealth Management for Individuals at Alaska Permanent Capital Management, explains how UA grads power the Alaska workforce.
Chancellors Bruce Schultz, Dan White, and Karen Carey explain how the University of Alaska system is paving the way for students to seek higher education and meet their goals.
Claudia Lampman, vice provost for student success and professor of psychology at UAA, explains how the university has keep student connected throughout the pandemic.
AEDC President and CEO Bill Pop explains how the University of Alaska is uniquely positioned to help support workers and businesses in the post-COVID-19 economy.