Use Secure Single Sign-on and Signature for Citizens to interact with many State of Alaska services with a single username and password on my.alaska.gov. From here you can access different account services and services for individuals as well as services for businesses.
From this page you can also use different tabs to help you navigate around alaska.gov. However, if you would like to access the information under the My Profile or My Documents tab, you will need to provide your username and password. There are also three links provided under the Login box to assist you if you have forgotten your username or password or are a new user and would like to register for an account. If you would like to register, you will have to provide some personal information and accept the user agreement.
Services offered on MyAlaska
- There are many different services available for individuals as well as businesses. Some of the services listed are:
- ACPE – Alaska Student Aid Portal (ASAP)
- Alaska Background Check System
- Child Support Statements
- Notary Commission Applications and Directory
- Pay Food Worker Card Fee
- VCCB Online
- ABC Written Orders
- DEC – Pay Invoices Online
- Employment Security Tax
- Measurable Standards and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement
- Submit to employee hirings to CSSD
If you would like to further explore the site, you can click on the ‘Visiting Alaska’ link at the top of the page to get traveling information, facts, photos and maps. If you are already a resident, then you can click on the appropriate link to learn more about living, working, resources and recreation. You can also learn more about business and state employees by clicking on the proper tabs. By clicking on the “My
Government” link at the top of the screen you can learn more about the administration, congressional delegation, fish and game, legislature, and public safety.
If you need any sort of assistance you can contact the myAlaska.gov Help Center. The address is Department of Administration Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) 333 Willoughby Ave., 5th Floor P.O. Box 110206 Juneau, AK 99811-0206. The email provided is [email protected] The help center is available Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Alaska Time. There are also three different phone numbers listed for Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau. The following are the phone numbers listed respectively: 907-269-6311, 907-451-5911, and 907-465-5211.
How do I apply for unemployment in Alaska?
To apply online, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, go to my.alaska.gov and click on “Unemployment Insurance Benefits”. To speak with a claims representative call the claim center Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Once you open your claim you will be required to file bi-weekly claims.
How do I check the status of my PFD?
To check your PFD status or the status of any children you sponsored, click myPFDInfo from the PFD homepage at www.pfd.alaska.gov. Enter your information, select your ALN # under your name (Example 2015-XXX-XXXX). Any children you sponsored will also appear on this page.
How do I file for my Alaska PFD?
Anyone Can Apply Online!All applicants can conveniently file online and electronically sign a PFD application. ... The adult who is sponsoring a child's PFD application can electronically file and sign the child's application after the adult has filed their own PFD application.More items...•Jan 1, 2019pfd.alaska.gov › Application › Filing-PeriodFiling Period - Permanent Fund Dividend - State of Alaskapfd.alaska.gov › Application › Filing-Period
How much is the Alaska PFD this year?
Annual individual payoutYearAmount2017,100.00 (dividend was estimated to be over ,300 however it was reduced by legislative action)2018,600.00 (dividend was estimated to be ,700 however it was reduced by legislative action)35 more rowsen.wikipedia.org › wiki › Alaska_Permanent_FundAlaska Permanent Fund - Wikipediaen.wikipedia.org › wiki › Alaska_Permanent_Fund