Annual financial report.
Instructions for submitting budget requests—Content of the budget document or documents—Separate budget document or schedules—Format changes.
Capital budget instructions—Additional information—Staff support from office of community development.
Capital appropriation bill—Estimated general fund debt service costs.
Maintenance costs, operating budget—Debt-financed pass-through money, budget document.
State expenditure limit—Budget document to reflect.
Changes in accounting methods, practices or statutes—Explanation in budget document or appendix required—Contents.
Comprehensive budgeting, accounting, and reporting system conforming to generally accepted accounting principles—Budget document to conform.
Legislative balanced budget requirement.
Legislative review of budget document and budget bill or bills—Time for submission.
Adoption of budget.
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Development of budget—Detailed estimates—Mission statement, measurable goals, quality and productivity objectives—Integration of strategic plans and performance assessment procedures—Reviews by office of financial management and consolidated technology services agency—Governor-elect input.
Information technology budget detail—Information technology plan—Accounting method for information technology.
Budget detail—Designated state agencies—Federal receipts reporting requirements.
Expenditure programs—Allotments—Reserves—Monitor capital appropriations—Predesign review for major capital construction.
Transportation agency revenue forecasts—Variances.
Study of transportation-related funds or accounts—Coordination of activities.
When contracts and expenditures prohibited.
Lapsing of appropriations.
Capital projects—Transfer of excess appropriation authority.
Priority of expenditures—Appropriated and nonappropriated funds—Matching funds, disburse state moneys proportionally.
Fiscal management—Powers and duties of officers and agencies.
State auditor's powers and duties—Performance audits.
Refunds of erroneous or excessive payments.
Credit reporting agencies—State agency use.
When appropriations required or not required.
Establishment of accounts or funds outside treasury without permission of director of financial management prohibited.
Federal funds and programs—Participating agencies to give notice—Progress reports.
Transfer of certain powers and duties.
Federal law controls in case of conflict—Rules.
Legislative agencies and committees deemed part of legislative branch.
Exemption of Washington state commodity commissions.
Construction accounts—Exception to certain accounting requirements.
Penalty for violations.
Fiscal responsibilities of state officers and employees—"State officer or employee" defined.
Fiscal responsibilities of state officers and employees—Prohibitions relative to appropriations and expenditures.
Fiscal responsibilities of state officers and employees—Violations—Civil penalties—Forfeiture.
Fiscal responsibilities of state officers and employees—Duties of legislative auditor, attorney general.
Fiscal responsibilities of state officers and employees—Civil penalties additional to other penalties.
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Legal services revolving fund—Enterprise services account—Approval of certain changes required.
Forest firefighting expenses—Transfers to Clarke-McNary fund.
Information technology projects—Funding policies and standards.
Social services provided by nongovernment entities receiving state moneys—Report by agencies—Audits.
Database of state agency contracts for personal services—State expenditure information web site.
Fee inventory—State expenditure information web site—Work group.
Effective date—1975 1st ex.s. c 293.