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2016 Session

Budget Bill - SB30 (Introduced)

Department of the Treasury

Item 280

Item 280

1. There is hereby appropriated to the Department of the Treasury a sum sufficient for the transfer to the federal government, in accordance with the provisions of the federal Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990 and related federal regulations, of the interest owed by the state on federal funds advanced to the state for federal assistance programs, where such funds are held by the state from the time they are deposited in the state's bank account until they are paid out to redeem warrants, checks or payments by other means. This sum sufficient appropriation is funded from the interest earned on federal funds deposited and invested by the state. The actual amount for transfer shall be established by the State Comptroller.


2. When permitted by applicable federal laws or administrative regulations, the State Comptroller shall first offset and reduce the amount to be transferred by any and all amounts of interest payments calculated to be received by the state from the federal government, where such payments are due to the state because the state was required to disburse its own funds for federal program purposes prior to the receipt of federal funds.


3. Should the interest payments calculated to be made by the federal government to the state exceed the interest calculated to be transferred from the state to the federal government, reduced by the federally approved direct cost reimbursement to the state, the State Comptroller shall then notify the federal government of the net amount of interest due to the state and shall record such net interest, upon its receipt, as interest revenue earned by the general fund.