Division of Accounting Services

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Our Mission is to provide quality financial and accounting services, while
maintaining required administrative oversight.

The Division of Accounting Services is headed by the State Comptroller and is divided into two bureaus:
Bureau of Accounting

(BOA)

Responsible for developing, administering, and maintaining the State's integrated financial system (IFS) of governmental appropriation accounting and State's payroll. Additional duties include reviewing and posting state contracts for budgetary control, auditing vendor and payroll expenditures, preparing appropriation warrants and transfers, and submitting tax payments and reports.
Bureau of Financial Reporting

(BFR)

Responsible for preparing the following reports:
  • Monthly Revenue Focus - The State's Monthly Unrestricted Revenue Report.
  • Annual Reports - The State's Annual Report to the Citizens, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the Supplemental Budgetary Financial Data Report, and the State Owned Real Property Report.
  • Interim Reports - Unrestricted Revenue Financial Review,  Monthly Fund Appropriation and Undesignated Fund Balance, 10 year Trend and other special reports as requested.

In addition, the Division is responsible for coordinating the annual closing process with the various state agencies and coordinating the annual audit with the Legislative Budget Assistant and the independent auditors


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