Appendix 1: Changes from the 1986 A Manual on Government Finance Statistics. Summarizes the major differences between the GFS system described in the GFSM 1986 and the system described in this manual.
This Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014 (GFSM 2014) describes the macroeconomic statistical framework (the GFS framework) designed to support fiscal analysis. The manual provides the economic and statistical reporting principles to be used in compiling the statistics and guidelines for the presentation of fiscal statistics within an analytic framework that includes appropriate balancing items.
The GFSM 2014 has been harmonized with the updates in other macroeconomic statistical manuals and guides, such as the overarching System of National Accounts 2008 (2008 SNA), and the Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual 6th edition., and Public Sector Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users.
These revised manuals and guides address important international economic developments in recent years and take into account improved recording and methodological treatments of various events. The changes to GFSM 2001 incorporated in the GFSM 2014 can broadly be summarized as methodological changes agreed to in the update of 2008 SNA, clarifications on existing methodological guidelines, presentational changes, and a limited number of editorial changes.
The Financial Procedures Manual is maintained by the Office of the Assistant Vice President for Finance. Any questions or suggestions concerning the content of this manual should be addressed to Mark Angel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The KDE District Financial News is distributed via email periodically to local school district superintendents and finance officers, providing the latest information on accounting procedures, data integrity, and financial reporting requirements.
There is no single, recommended template for a finance manual and yours will depend on the unique needs and structure of your organization. The following content headings are commonly used in finance manuals. They can act as the starting point for your own manual and can be adapted to cover the needs and activities of your organization.
The finance manual impacts on all financial aspects of project delivery and should be available as an office resource throughout project design, planning, implementation and close out, to check policy and procedure if necessary.
This training manual is designed for HOPWA grantees and projects sponsors, and more specifically, their program and financial staff. While this training manual includes a lot of information about Federal financial management requirements, the ultimate focus is to provide participants with useful, practical tools, so that the following can be achieved:
Section 7.0, Finance and Business, covers all aspects of finance and business activities at all University System of Georgia (USG institutions, including the general policy, the USG budget, tuition and fees, private donations to the USG and its institutions, fund management, travel, purchasing, insurance, contracts, auditing, miscellaneous, information security policy, the Board of Regents' Retiree Health Benefit Fund investment policy, and identity theft.
This manual was developed for use by state Medicare Rural Hospital Flexibility (Flex) Program personnel as well as staff and boards of small rural hospitals and clinics. The content is designed to be as non-technical as possible and provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding critical access hospital (CAH), small rural hospital and rural health clinic (RHC) finance and financial performance. A few examples of topics include:
The policies and procedures in this manual are the minimum requirements that state agencies must meet. An agency may adopt additional policies and procedures in greater detail as long as the agency meets the required minimum standards.
Statewide Accounting has converted the State Administrative and Accounting Manual (SAAM) into a new format. Beginning July 1, 2022, we will no longer update the previous version of SAAM. We are continuing to make improvements to the manual and encourage you to provide us with your feedback as you convert to the new version. Please send your feedback or suggestions on the updated SAAM manual to: OFMAccounting@ofm.wa.gov.
Business ManagerBusiness Manager usually refers to an Education Support (ES) staff member who performs financial and related administrative activities. The term is used throughout the manual to cover administrative managers, registrars and clerical officers in smaller schools and principals in small primary schools where clerical assistance is not available, and any other officer with this responsibility
CASES21CASES21 (Computerised Administrative Systems Environment in Schools) is the software package provided to Victorian government schools to support school administration, finance and central reporting
There are seven manuals categorized by the jurisdiction of the candidate, type of committee, contributor, or organization. And to help you find answers faster, below we have provided links to each chapter within the manuals.
This training teaches you how to enter in contributions, record expenditures and file a campaign finance report using MD CRIS. Please contact the Candidacy and Campaign Finance Division at 410-269-2880 to RSVP. Additional training will occur throughout the year.
A political committee may file the Eaffidavit in lieu of a detailed campaign finance report if the political committee did not receive contributions or make expenditures in the cumulative amount of $1,000 or more (exclusive of the candidate's filing fee) since either the establishment of the political committee, or the filing of the last campaign finance report.
The Reporting Schedule lists the transaction periods and due dates for all of campaign finance reports due for Baltimore City and Presidential designated political committees. Additionally, the schedule lists the next 3 reporting dates for Gubernatorial designated political committees.