- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 37. Public Finance
- Chapter 10. Public Funds
- Section 30. Responsibility of Officer or Employee Approving or Certifying Voucher.
previous: Section 20
. Vouchers to Be Approved By Administrative Officer.
next: Section 40
. Enforcement of Liability.
AS 37.10.030. Responsibility of Officer or Employee Approving or Certifying Voucher.
- (a) The officer or employee approving or certifying a voucher
- (1) is responsible for the existence and correctness of the facts recited in the certificate or stated on the voucher or
its supporting papers and for the legality of the proposed payment under the appropriation or fund involved;
- (2) shall give bond in the form and manner prescribed by AS 39.15 to
the state, and approved by the Department of Administration, in an amount fixed by the head of the department, agency,
or establishment concerned, under standards prescribed by the Department of Administration; the premium on the bond
shall be paid from funds made available for the administrative costs of the department, agency, or establishment
concerned; officers already bonded under other provisions of law for the faithful performance of their duties are not
required to give additional bond; and
- (3) shall be held accountable for and required to make good to the state the amount of an illegal, improper, or incorrect
payment resulting from a false, inaccurate, or misleading certificate made by the officer or employee, or a payment
prohibited by law or which does not represent a legal obligation under the appropriation or fund involved.
- (b) In (a) of this section, an approval or certification of a voucher is effective when an authorized person uses a
password assigned by the department if the certification or the voucher itself is prepared and recorded by using an
electronic accounting device that is a part of the computerized state accounting systems.
All content © 2008 by Touch
N' Go/Bright Solutions, Inc.
Note to HTML Version:
This version of the Alaska Statutes is current through December, 2007. The Alaska Statutes were automatically converted to HTML from a plain text format. Every effort has been made to ensure their accuracy, but this can not be guaranteed. If it is critical that the precise terms of the Alaska Statutes be known, it is recommended that more formal sources be consulted. For statutes adopted after the effective date of these statutes, see, Alaska State Legislature
If any errors are found, please e-mail Touch N' Go systems at E-mail. We
hope you find this information useful.