Provide and maintain a secure, accessible and impartial place to record and preserve the permanent public record of Alaska.
- Examine, record, index and process original documents.
- Maintain and preserve the Alaska Public Record for future generations.
|Mission Results||Core Services|
|A: Result - Enhance the operation of personal and commercial commerce within Alaska.|
Target #2: 60% of all Recorded documents submitted electronically
Percentage of Recorded Documents Submitted Electronically
Analysis of results and challenges: Electronic Recording (e-Recording), a time saving and efficient system of recording, allows the customer to initiate the online submission process and once accepted, have immediate access to the index as well as the document image. Increasing numbers of customers are using this service. As a result, there has been an increase in e-Recording vendors offering online electronic recording. The Recorder’s office has limited technology resources and can only allow one vendor at this time. As resources allow we plan to work with additional vendors to develop the ability to accept multiple merchant submissions to increase our e-Recording volumes, which will, in turn, increase present staff productivity.
|A1: Core Service - Examine, record, index and process original documents.|
Target #1: Efficient operation of the Recorders/Uniform Commercial Code component.
Expenditure to Revenue Ratio
Analysis of results and challenges: Operations have provided for consistent revenue trends due to the limited housing market reducing the number of recorded documents. Expenditures in FY2018 are lower than previous years, due to the reduction of staff and leased office space.
|A2: Core Service - Maintain and preserve the Alaska Public Record for future generations.|
Target #1: All historic and current documents scanned and accessible to the public.
Analysis of results and challenges: The conversion of historic documents to digital images has been an ongoing project since 2001. Technology has improved over the last 20 years, allowing the ability to improve poor digital images with clearer versions. We continue to discover and release historic documents that are not yet imaged and available on the public website, while enhancing and replacing illegible images.
Current as of November 15, 2018