by General Court of Massachusetts, Committee on Post Audit and Oversight, Post Audit and Oversight Bureau in [Boston, MA] .
Written in English
|Statement||Joint Committee on Post Audit and Oversight.|
|LC Classifications||JK3157 .M37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4, iii, 21 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||81621111|
Total expenses for Board operations were $ million, which was $ million, or percent, less than the approved budget of $ million. Personnel services expenses were $ million less than budgeted primarily because of lower employment . The ORFs are part of a limitation to an appropriation. The language from the FY appropriation is typical--"and not to exceed $11,, can be used for emergencies and extraordinary expenses." () The "not to exceed" language establishes an absolute maximum that can be spent for emergency and extraordinary expenses. B. The necessary expense rule and the three-step analysis 14 C. Step 1: logical relationship between the expenditure and the appropriation 17 1. Overview of Step 1 17 a. Expenditure must contribute to accomplishing the purposes of the corresponding appropriation 17 (1) Determining authorized purposes: examine the language of the appropriation Amount Total Appropriations are Over/ (Under) the Cap $ () $ - $ $ () Governor's Extraordinary Declaration $ () [e] New Total Appropriations Over/(under) the Cap $ - Note: [a] Includes $ million to reflect deficiency appropriations for DCF as estimated on 1/22/
Download our model governors' allowances policy for you to adapt and use to stay compliant. Use our policy checklist when creating or reviewing your own policy and look at examples of policies from primary, secondary and special schools. , for extraordinary expenses in CY exceeded the limitation prescribed under Section (h), R.A. computed to be P. , by P. 55, The account Extraordinary Expenses was used for purposes of appropriation and related expenses were recorded under Miscellaneous Expenses account. Moreover, recorded expenses of P discretionary, extraordinary and miscellaneous expenses incurred from CYs to by selected GOCCs and LGUs in the National Capital Region, Regions I, III, VII and X. The audit also covered detailed analysis of selected CY expenditures charged against these funds and similar expenses charged against other accounts. FY Governor's Budget Recommendations Click on an agency below to see the agency's governor's budget recommendations. Accessibility: To request a reasonable accommodation and/or alternative format of these documents, contact us at or @
GENERAL APPROPRIATION BILL. Recommended by Governor. Henry McMaster. And to Further Provide for The Operation of State Government. During the Fiscal Year and for Other Purposes. An Act to Make Appropriations and to Provide Revenues to Meet The Ordinary Expenses of State Government for The Fiscal Year. Washington State Data Book Washington trends County and city data Special Appropriations to the Governor Annual FTEs General Fund State Other Funds Total Funds (Dollars in Thousands) the Disaster Response Account revenue is not sufficient to pay for existing expenditures. Funds are appropriated to ensure the account remains solvent. Commonwealth's Attorneys, necessary government expense. House Bill Senate Committee Substitute (1) Consensus forecast and budget reduction provisions, amendment of. House Bill ; Contract Space Program, necessary government expense. House Bill Senate Committee Substitute (1) County Attorneys, appropriation for. FY Governor's Budget Recommendations [documents] FY Governor's Budget Recommendations [documents] APPROPRIATION, AGENCY- This report shows the overall agency accounting structure. It does not show expenditure or budget data. (ALLAPPRPT) EXPENSE BUDGET, APPROPRIATION, AGENCY, ALLOTMENT, OBJECT CLASS- This report is MFR.