designates the State Treasurer as the cash management officer for the state. It gives Treasury the authority to review, establish, and modify procedures for the efficient handling of cash and cash equivalents under the control of the State Treasurer, the Secretary of State, the Judicial Department, the Legislative Assembly, and State agencies. State agencies are directed to employ the principles, standards and related requirements for cash management prescribed by the State Treasurer.
Cash Management Policies
Treasury is in the process of updating its cash management policies. Revisions will range from minor changes such as renumbering and reformatting to more substantive changes Revised policies will be posted as they are adopted, with superseded policies noted below.
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02.18.01 Next Day Deposit (superseded by FIN 201)
02.18.14 3rd Party Vendor Requirements (superseded by FIN 214)