Each year the Denali Commission produces a Budget Justification, the Performance Accountability Report, and the Distressed/Non-Distressed List for communities in Alaska. Additionally, the Commission, in conjunction with state, federal and local partners, produces various publications and reports on its programs and initiatives. These documents, as well as, archives of the Commission’s eNewsletter can be found here.
For questions regarding the Commission’s publications, or if you are unable to find what you are looking for please contact 907-271-1414.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON DRAFT FY2019 WORK PLAN
The Denali Commission is currently accepting comments on our draft FY2019 Work Plan. Public comments can be sent to Anne Stanislowski via email at email@example.com, FAX at 907-271-1415, or regular mail to 510 L Street, Suite 410, Anchorage, AK 99501. Comments must be received no later than March 15, 2018. A Public Hearing will be held on March 5, 2018 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Alaska time. Those wishing to provide public comments may attend in person at the Denali Commission office (510 L Street, Suite 410, Anchorage, AK), or participate via teleconference. The teleconference number is 1-866-411-4381 and the conference ID is 5569258. The draft Work Plan is similar to those proposed and approved in recent years because of reduction in our recurring appropriations/allocations, Commission investments have been limited to the Energy/Bulk Fuel and Village Infrastructure Protection (VIP) Programs. For the 2019 cycle, the Commission is interested in comments on the environmental threats to food source security, cyber security and/or communications security in rural Alaska.
The Denali Commission no longer produces an annual report.
View archived newsletters here.
OTHER COMMISSION REPORTS
PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORTS
2015 PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT
2014 PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT
2012 PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT
2011 PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT
2010 PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT
The Commission’s FY2018 Work Plan was formally approved by the US Department of Commerce on December 1, 2017.