Other pages about the topic: Administrative & Accounting Resources
These resources are intended to help state agencies develop administrative and accounting policies and procedures at a more detailed level and fulfill miscellaneous requirements in the State Administrative & Accounting Manual (SAAM).
The considerations and guidelines presented below may or may not apply to each agency's specific needs or meet each agency's specific legislative authorities:
These resources help state agencies fulfill federal compliance, monitoring and reporting requirements in Chapter 50 and Chapter 95 of the State Administrative & Accounting Manual (SAAM).
We invite agencies that have developed federal monitoring and reporting aids to share these with other agencies.
These resources are intended as guidelines to help state agencies fulfill policy and procedure requirements in the State Administrative & Accounting Manual (SAAM). Agencies are encouraged to customize these resources to develop approaches that address their individual needs.
The goal of the Chart of Accounts (COA) project is to create a centrally governed and consistent COA to be used in the state’s new ERP system.
The Agency Financial Reporting System (AFRS) generates large volumes of data. Agencies routinely access this data through Enterprise Reporting Standard Reports (ER) and Web Intelligence (Webi). To be as transparent as possible, while also addressing the security of the AFRS data, we have sponsored an ER Security Revision Project with the overall goals to allow agencies to continue to conduct their business efficiently and timely and be sure data is secure.
These resources help state agencies fulfill internal control requirements in Chapter 20 of the State Administrative & Accounting Manual (SAAM).
What is a reconciliation? The process of correlating one set of records with another set of records and/or a physical inventory count that involves identifying, explaining, and correcting differences.
The foundation of quality financial information is in the detail data recorded at the general ledger (GL) level. Reconciliations serve as a key element of a system of internal control and are required by state policy.