2010 Session

Budget Bill - HB29 (Chapter 872)

Department of Accounts

Item 258

Item 258

First Year - FY2009Second Year - FY2010
Accounting Services (73700)$6,676,357$6,848,981
General Accounting (73701)FY2009 $1,432,388FY2010 $1,475,021
Disbursements Review (73702)FY2009 $2,582,498FY2010 $2,669,855
Payroll Operations (73703)FY2009 $1,115,741FY2010 $1,115,741
Financial Reporting (73704)FY2009 $1,545,730FY2010 $1,588,364
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2009 $6,256,714FY2010 $6,429,338
SpecialFY2009 $419,643FY2010 $419,643

Authority: Title 2.2, Chapter 8, and § 2.2-1822, Code of Virginia.

A. Out of this appropriation, $125,000 the first year and $125,000 the second year from the general fund is provided to the Department of Accounts for a program to train internal auditors. The Department of Accounts shall assist internal auditors of state agencies and institutions in receiving continued professional education as required by professional standards. The Department of Accounts shall coordinate its efforts with state institutions of higher education and offer training programs to the internal auditors as well as coordinate any special training programs for the internal auditors.

B. There is hereby created on the books of the Comptroller the Commonwealth Charge Card Rebate Fund. Rebates earned in any fiscal year on the Commonwealth's statewide charge card program shall be deposited to the Commonwealth Charge Card Rebate Fund.  The cost of administration of the program as well as rebates due to political subdivisions and payments due to the federal government are hereby appropriated from the Fund. All remaining rebate revenue in the Fund shall be deposited to the general fund by June 30 of each year.

C. Notwithstanding the provisions of §§ 17.1-286 and 58.1-3176, Code of Virginia, the State Controller shall not make payments in accordance with §§ 17.1-286 and 58.1-3176, Code of Virginia, which includes amounts directly deposited into the State Treasury by the General District Courts, Juvenile and Domestic Relations General District Courts, Combined District Courts and the Magistrate System without a specific appropriation for such payments in Item 264 of this act. The State Controller after having deducted the direct deposits noted in the preceding sentence shall make the remainder of the payments in accordance §§ 17.1-286 and 58.1-3176, Code of Virginia to the respective clerk.