Title 31 U.S.C (the Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990) imposes on the states a responsibility to develop and negotiate agreements governing the flow of cash from the U.S. Treasury to the Commonwealth. Careful analysis and monitoring of this program is critical due to the interest penalty that accrues for the time that a state agency holds federal cash.
Department of Accounts
PO Box 1971
Richmond, VA 23218-1971
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The Appropriation Act provides for intra-governmental loans and lines of credit from the Treasury to support state programs that are anticipating nongeneral funds from federal grants and contracts, bond sales, and similar situations. This subactivity also includes the processing of state grants to nonstate agencies as authorized by the Appropriation Act and regulated by DPB.