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These rules may be called the "Treasury Rules" and they shall come into force with (m) "Treasury" includes offices of District Accounts Officer, Thana Accounts . MAIN RULES. Part I - General Principles and Rules. SUBSIDIARY RULES. Part II - General Organization and Working of Central Treasuries. TREASURY RULES Entire Book Preface PART - 1: Treasury Rules PART - 2: Chapter - 1 General Organization and Working of District and.
The conditions under which such deposits may be made and the manner, in which the balances of such deposits shall be included in the Federal Consolidated Fund, will be decided by the Government in each case after consultation with the Auditor General.
Save as provided in rule 31 and sub-rule 2 of rule 33, moneys received by a Government officer whether in an official or other capacity, which do not relate to or form part of the revenues of the Federal Government shall not be included in the Federal Consolidated Fund and a Government officer, is not required to pay into the Federal Consolidated Fund any such moneys.
If any question arises whether moneys are or are not moneys relating to or forming part of the revenues of the Federal Government the question shall be referred to the Government for decision. The procedure to be adopted by Government officers and other authorised collecting agencies other than those in the United Kingdom in receiving moneys on account of the revenues of the Federal Government granting receipts for such moneys and paying them into the Federal Consolidated Fund, and by the treasury and the Bank in receiving such moneys and granting receipts for them shall be regulated by the provisions contained in Part III.
Section VI. Section VII. An Accountant General may, within the limit of his own jurisdiction, permit withdrawal for any purpose.
Unless expressly authorised by these rules or by any special orders of the Government, an Accountant General may not permit withdrawal at a place outside the limits of his own jurisdiction. Except as provided in rules 24 and A Treasury Officer has no general authority to make payments on demands presented at the treasury, his authority being strictly limited to the making of payments authorized by or under these rules.
If a demand of any kind is presented at a treasury for a payment which is not authorised by or under these rules, or is not covered by a special order received from the Accountant General, the Treasury Officer shall decline payment for want of authority.
A Treasury Officer has no authority to act under an order of the Government sanctioning a payment unless the order is an express order to him to make the payment; and even such special orders should, in the absence of urgency, be sent through the Accountant General.
A Treasury Officer shall not honour a claim which he considers to be disputable. He shall require the claimant to refer it to the Accountant General.
Except as otherwise provided in Part V, a payment shall only be made in the district in which the claim arises. No withdrawal shall be permitted in order to meet the pay, leave salary or allowances of a gazetted Government servant, or a reward or honorarium payable to a gazetted Government servant, or any pension, until the Accountant General has intimated to the Treasury Officer the rate at which payment shall be made; provided that the Government may, for special reasons and with the concurrence of the Auditor-General, waive the provisions of this rule.
No withdrawal shall be permitted on a claim for the first of any series of payment in a district, of pay or allowances to a Government servant other than a person newly appointed to Government service unless the claim is supported by a last pay certificate in such forms as may be prescribed by the Auditor-General. A Treasury Officer may not permit any withdrawal in respect of pay or allowances of a Government servant to whom he has granted a last pay certificate unless the certificate is first surrendered.
The Treasury Officer shall be responsible to the Accountant General for acceptance of the validity of a claim against which he has permitted withdrawal, and for evidence that the payee has actually received the sum withdrawn.
The Treasury Officer shall obtain sufficient information as to the nature of every payment he is making and shall not accept a claim which does not formally present that information unless there are valid reasons which he shall record in writing, for omitting to require it. A Treasury Officer may correct an arithmetical inaccuracy or an obvious mistake in any bill presented to him for payment, but shall intimate to the drawing officer any correction which he makes.
A Collector may, in circumstances of urgency, by an order in writing authorise and require a Treasury Officer to make a payment, not being a payment of pension, without complying with the provisions of these rules.
In any such case of payment the Collector shall at once forward a copy of his order and a statement of the circumstances requiring it, and the Treasury Officer shall at once report the payment to the Accountant General.
Section VIII. If a Treasury Officer receives intimation from the Accountant General that moneys have been incorrectly withdrawn and that a certain sura, should be recovered from a drawing officer, he shall effect the recovery without delay and without regard to any correspondence undertaken or contemplated with reference to the retrenchment order; and the drawing officer shall without delay repay the sum in such manner as the Accountant General may direct.
He shall also be responsible for seeing that payments are made to persons entitled to receive them. Section X.
Receipts and disbursements in a Province on behalf of the Federal Government shall be adjusted, as far as practicable, directly against the balance of the Federal Government held by the Bank, but where such transactions are temporarily taken into account against the balances of the Province with the Bank, the Accountant General of the Province mil, on receipt of intimation from the treasury, make the requisite adjustments in respect of the aforesaid transactions through the Central Accounts Section of the Bank against the balances of the Federal Government held by the Bank.
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GSA Regulations Government Securities Act GSA Regulations: Treasury's rules for government securities broker-dealers on financial responsibility, protecting customer securities and funds, recordkeeping, large position reporting, and financial reporting and audits.
Also included are rules concerning custodial holdings of government securities by depository institutions.
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles regarding the reporting of extraordinary gains and losses, the cumulative effect of changes in accounting principles, and statements of comprehensive income. It also makes several non-substantive, technical amendments to Treasury's GSA regulations to update certain information or to delete certain requirements that are no longer applicable. It makes savings associations regulated and examined by the Office of Thrift Supervision eligible for the conditional GSA regulatory exemption for holdings subject to fiduciary standards.
Recordkeeping Rules for Banks: The recordkeeping requirements are clarified for bank government securities brokers and dealers in this amendment. These requirements apply to all entities that are required to register or provide notice of their status as government securities brokers and dealers.
Here you will find the Fiscal Service's regulations published since July and links to other sites for relevant titles of the U. Code and Code of Federal Regulations. Interpretations and Exemptions In order to make essential government securities regulatory information more broadly available to the public, we are providing some of the most recent and frequently requested interpretations and exemptions on-line.
Treasury is also soliciting public comment on this order.