Core Policy and Procedures Manual - Amendment Summary
Electronic Deposit of Payments
D.9.1 Electronic Deposit of Payments to Suppliers - updated to clarify
ministry and central agency roles and procedures. Provides support
to ministries in encouraging suppliers and government employees to
receive electronic deposit of payments (e.g. iExpenses travel reimbursements).
This will reduce costs, improve payment timelines and security, and
support the Province's environmental initiatives (when combined with
email receipt of payment statements).
to the updated PDF version of the Direct
Deposit Application Form (FIN312) are also provided, including
a direct deposit Q & A section, and to updated completion instructions,
clarifying the roles and responsibilities of ministry supplier maintenance
contacts, Treasury Payment Services and CAS Security and Data Administration.
D.9.2 - Returned / Rejected Electronic Deposits - outlines Provincial
Treasury notification procedures and provides direction on the replacement
D.9.3 - Recall of Electronic Deposits - outlines the EFT recall process
and requirements for an authorized ministry financial service representative
to initiate a recall.
10.2 General - updated linkage for the June 10, 2008 amendment to the Official
Duties Expense Regulation, for travel expenses and allowances
payable to an official (now defined as a minister, a committee member,
a parliamentary secretary, or a member of the Legislative Assembly
designated by a minister on behalf of the Executive Council to attend
or act in an official capacity at a meeting, conference, task force,
committee, visitation, function or work on a project).
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