Support Services Division
Provide client-focused, efficient and cost-effective financial, budget, procurement, human resource, information technology and recording services to the Department of Natural Resources and the public.
Information Resource Management
Information Resource Management (IRM) maintains the department's land records repository and oversees DNR's computer systems and networks services. It provides for the department's data processing functions including development, training, operations, and maintenance. The Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) systems include the Land Administration System (LAS), the Geographic Information System, the Revenue and Billing System, and others. The section also produces and maintains the state's land status maps.
The State Recorder's Office administers the statewide recording system and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Central File. Our "mission" is to provide a secure, accessible, and impartial place to record and to preserve the permanent public record of Alaska as directed by statutes under nineteen separate titles and by regulations in 11 AAC 06. The UCC Central File System maintains the public record of filed documents related to security interests in personal property. The statewide recording system consists of 34 separate recording districts serviced by a total of 6 separate offices located throughout Alaska.
The Administrative Services sections provide centralized departmental support in the areas of procurement of goods and services, facilities leasing and management, property management and control, fiscal and accounting management, revenue accounting, capital and operating budget development and implementation, human resources management services and recruitment, travel, and Anchorage mail room operations.