Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities

ALASKA MARINE HIGHWAY OPERATIONS BOARD

 

Alaska Marine Highway Operations Board (AMHOB)


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Next Meeting: 10/14/22 In-person Meeting - Anchorage, AK
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Description

Vessel stack with Alaska Flag © Emily Frederick / Alaska Marine Highway System

The board is composed of the deputy commissioner of transportation and public facilities assigned to the Alaska marine highway system and the following eight public members, each of whom must be a resident of the state. One representative, who may be retired, of a recognized union that represents employees of the Alaska marine highways system, appointed by the governor. One representative of an Alaska Native organization or tribe who is from a community served by the Alaska marine highway system, appointed by the governor; six public members who collectively have experience in enterprise, architecture, business operations, financial management, risk management, logistics, supply chain management, engineering, project management and controls, marine operations, strategy, regulatory compliance, ship maintenance, construction, and repair, quality management, continuous improvement, sales, marketing, communications, customer interface, or experience management; two of whom are appointed by the governor, two of whom are appointed by the Speaker and two of who are appointed by the Senate President.

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