Accounts and funds established to comply with federal legislation relating to state and federal cash management reform
The State Treasurer may establish accounts, and the Oregon Department of Administrative Services may establish funds, as needed to comply with the requirements of federal legislation relating to the state and federal cash management reform. These accounts and funds shall be separate and distinct from the General Fund. Interest earned, if any, shall inure to the benefit of the account or fund. Moneys in these accounts and funds are continuously appropriated for the following purposes:
(1) To the extent authorized by federal legislation, administrative expenses of the department, the State Treasurer and the Division of Audits of the Secretary of State in the performance of their duties relating to the program known as the state and federal cash management reform. Payment of such expenses by the department shall be based on properly documented claims and shall be paid the same as other claims against the State of Oregon.
(2) The transfer of interest earnings to the federal government in accordance with signed agreements between the United States Treasury and this state.
(3) The transfer of interest earnings to the General Fund or other separate funds if documentation shows that state funds have been used in anticipation of the receipt of federal funds. The use of state funds in lieu of federal funds must be in accordance with signed agreements between the United States Treasury and this state. [1989 c.552 §2]
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