(A) No moneys shall be transferred between funds or between state agencies on an intrastate transfer voucher, or by any other procedure, unless such a transfer is a payment for goods or services or a service subscription or unless such a transfer is required or authorized by law.
(1) Any state agency that has provided goods or services or a service subscription to another state agency may certify to the director of budget and management both of the following:
(a) That the goods or services have been delivered or that the service subscription has been initiated;
(b) The amount that is due for the goods and services or the service subscription.
(2) A providing agency may make such certification only if it does not receive payment from the receiving agency within thirty days after:
(a) Delivering the goods or services or initiating the service subscription;
(b) Submitting an invoice requesting payment for the goods and services or the service subscription.
(C) If the director determines that all or part of the certified amount should have been paid by the receiving agency and that the receiving agency has an unobligated balance in an appropriation for the payment, the director may transfer the amount that should have been paid from the appropriate fund of the receiving agency to the appropriate fund of the providing agency on an intrastate transfer voucher.
(D) For the purposes of this section, "service subscription" means an ongoing service provided to a state agency by another state agency for which an estimated payment is made in advance and final payment due is determined based on actual use.
Amended by 131st General Assembly File No. TBD, HB 64, §101.01, eff. 9/29/2015.
Effective Date: 03-29-1988