F&A Policies

The following documents are in PDF Format.

  • Policy 01 - Automatic Deposit of Paychecks for Employees
  • Policy 02 - Accounting for Recoveries and Refunds (Revised 8/12)
  • Policy 03 - (Repealed 11/2023) Department of General Services Policy #2013-007 on Grant and Subrecipient                         Monitoring replaces F&A Policy 03
  • Policy 04 - Recognition of Revenues and Expenditures - Definitions and Guidance (Revised July, 2015)
  • Policy 05  (Repealed 05/2012)
  • Policy 06  (Repealed 08/2011)
  • Policy 07 - Petty Cash and Departmental Bank Accounts
  • Policy 08 - Comprehensive State Travel Regulations (Revised 01/2022)
  • Policy 09 - Revenue Recognition of Taxes, Licenses, Permits and Fees on the Modified Accrual Basis (Revised                         08/2005)
  • Policy 10 - Organizational Dues, Subscriptions, and Sponsorships (Revised 11/2012)
  • Policy 11 - Recovery of Overpayment to Employees (Revised 06/2008)
  • Policy 12- (Repealed 11/2012)
  • Policy 13 - Receipt Of ACH Debits
  • Policy 14  (Repealed 08/2012)
  • Policy 15  (Repealed 03/2009)
  • Policy 16 - Employee Housing and Meals (Revised 40/2007)
  • Policy 17 - Telecommunication Services (Revised 03/2013)
  • Policy 18 - Interunit Journals (Revised 07/2012)
  • Policy 19 - Issuance of Duplicate Warrants
  • Policy 20 - Accounting for Federal Grant Expenditures and Revenues (Revised 10/2013)
  • Policy 21 - Collateral Deposited with the State (Revised 03/1999)
  • Policy 22 - Sub-recipient Monitoring Department of General Services Policy #2013-007 on Grant and                                                    Sub-recipient Monotoring replaces F&A Policy 22
  • Policy 23 - Accounts Receivable - Recording, Collection, and Write-Offs (Revised 02/2012)
  • Policy 24 - Electronic Commerce (Revised 09/2007)
  • Policy 25 - Deposit Practices Policy (Revised 03/1999)
  • Policy 26 - Employee Fringe Benefits and Supplemental Wages
  • Policy 27 - Moving Policy
  • Policy 28  (Repealed 12/2011)
  • Policy 29 - State Contracts for Credit and Debit Cards (Revised 03/2007)
  • Policy 30 - Federal Spending, Subward and Compensation Data Reporting (Repealed 7/8/2019)
  • Policy 31 - Decision Framework for Acquiring Human Resources

 

The following documents are in PDF Format.

 
 
 

Reporting Suspected Fraud, Waste, or Abuse.

Fraud – An intentional deception that violates a law or the public trust for personal benefit or the benefit of
                others.

Waste – Behavior involving the extravagant, careless, or needless use of government funds, property, and/or                                  personnel.

Abuse – Behavior involving the use of government funds or property that a prudent person would not consider                    reasonable and necessary business practice given the facts and circumstances.

Employees and citizens have several options for reporting suspected fraud, waste, or abuse within TN state government.

If you observe any State of Tennessee employee(s) engaging in activities you believe are wasteful of State resources, fraudulent, or financially inappropriate, immediately:

  1. Notify Finance and Administration’s Office of Internal Audit (OIA) by phone, 615-532-7098 or email,       fa.audit@tn.gov, or
  2. Report it to the Comptroller of the Treasury online or via their Fraud Hotline at 1-800-232-5454.

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