Relief of certain disbursing officers of the Army, and for other purposes.

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Armies, United States -- Armed Forces -- Pay, allowances
Other titlesRelief of certain disbursing officers of Army
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The Disbursing Officer had delegated the authority to approve PRCs under $, and thus did not review the payment in question. DFAS sent a request to the General Accounting Office (GAO) requesting relief on the basis that the Disbursing Officer acted within the bounds of due care as established by regulation, and that there was no evidence of bad faith on his part.

as “agents of disbursing officers” including collections officers and other agents who are specifically appointed and who are authorized to have custody of government funds. DOD FMR, Vol. 5, Ch. 2 and Glossary. Disbursing Officer (DO). “An individual appointed to perform any and all acts relating to the receipt, disbursement, custody, and.

__a_____ CHAP. An Act For the relief of certain officers of the United States Army, [Public, No. and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United FranBrbef, B rit- States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the.

A paying agent is a U.S. military member or Department of Defense civilian employee appointed by the commander to act as an agent of a disbursing officer. The purpose of a paying agent is to make specific payments from funds temporarily advanced to the agent by the disbursing officer for a specific purpose.

CHAPTER 1 PURPOSE, ORGANIZATION, Relief of certain disbursing officers of the Army DUTIES PURPOSE Authority.

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This volume of the “Department of Defense (DoD) Financial Management Regulation” is issued under the authority of reference (a) DoD Instruction“DoD Financial Management Policy and Procedures.” It governs all DoD disbursing policy byFile Size: KB.

Performs technical reviews of relief -of-liability cases for DoD Components and activities, including the quarterly minor loss reports. DoD Disbursing Offices and Officers.

DoD Component Heads, through command channels, ensure that DOs in their commands follow Volume 5. Commanders monitor disbursing operations, requiring DOs and. A disbursing agent is an agent of a Disbursing Officer (DO) or Deputy Disbursing Officer (DDO). A DA normally operates an office geographically separated from the DO/ DDO’s office and is authorized to make voucher payments, voucher collections, appoint cashiers and cer-tifying officers, and maintain funding documents (e.g., AF Form ).File Size: 1MB.

For the relief of certain disbursing officers of the Army of the United States and for the settlement of individual claims approved by the War Department. Pocket veto occurred after the 3d session of the 71st Congress had adjourned sine die on March 3, The bill was presented to the President on March 4, (74 Cong.

Rec. Serves as a reporting source of accounting and disbursing transactions. Included are disbursements and collections against Military Departments, Defense Agencies and other agency appropriations.

Balances and maintains continuous monetary control over all disbursing transactions made each month. Department Accountable Officials, Certifying Officers, Disbursing Officers, Head of Agency acting as Certifying Officer, others.


SEC. (C) FROM LIABILITY FOR IMPROPER PAYMENT RESULTING FROM VENDOR'S NEGOTIATION OF BOTH ORIGINAL AND. Relief of military disbursing officers for physical losses is governed by 31 U.S.C. (b). Section (b) requires that the Secretary of Defense or the appropriate secretary of the military department determine that the loss (1) occurred in the line of duty, (2) without fault or negligence on the part of the disbursing officer, and.

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paid vouchers. 4, b. ___ are DoD military members and civilian personnel who are designated in writing and are not otherwise accountable under applicable law, who provides source information, data, or service (such as a receiving official, a cardholder, or an automated information system administrator) to a certifying or disbursing officer in support of the payment process.

Closing a Disbursing Office. Ë Disbursing Officers, Deputies and other Accountable Positions. Commencing and Relief from Disbursing Duty. Change in the Status of Disbursing Officers or Deputies.

Agents of Disbursing Officers. Collection Agents. Change Fund Custodian. Imprest Funds. ii AR –1 • 11 October Contents—Continued Deputy Chief of Staff, G-1 • 1–6, page 1 Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 • 1–7, page 2 U.S. Army Medical Command • 1–8, page 3 U.S.

Army Installation Management Command • 1–9, page 3 U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command and/or U.S. Army Crime Records Center • 1–10, page 3 Commanders of Army commands and U.S.

Army File Size: KB. Duties and Responsibilities of the Disbursing Officer In general, DOS carry out the following typical duties and responsibilities: Maintain public monies in their custody without lending, using, depositing in banks, or exchanging for other funds except as prescribed by law.

"That the pay department of the army shall consist of a paymaster-general, who shall have the rank of colonel, and the same pay and allowances as are at present provided by law for such officers, and the same tenure of office as the heads of other disbursing departments of the army; two deputy paymasters-general, with the same rank, pay and.

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accounts can be answered by referring to this book. For more in-depth questions, you can contact the Midshipmen Disbursing Officer, Lieutenant Jeremy L.

Hobbs. Lieutenant Hobbs is located in the Midshipmen Disbursing Office, Bancroft Hall Roomand can be reached at [email protected] or R. CHADWICK Copy to. Get this from a library. Miscellaneous bills: hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session on H.R.authorizing reserve officers to combine service in more than one reserve component in computing the four years of satisfactory federal service necessary to quality for the uniform maintenance allowance ; clarify.

Upon the death, resignation, or separation from office of the disbursing officer, the accounts of the disbursing officer may be continued, and payments and collection may be made in the name of the disbursing officer, by any individual designated as a deputy disbursing officer by the Director of the Government Publishing Office, for a period of time not to extend beyond the last day of the.

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This major revision, dated 5 April — o Changes the title from “Army Leadership” to Army Profession and Leadership Policy (cover). o Changes proponency from the Deputy Chief of Staff, G–1 to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower andFile Size: KB. The book provides an illustration of sustainment organizations and functions as well as the number and type of sustainment organizations in the Total Army.

Changes driven by resource constraints, reorganization and redesign will be incorporated into the book as such changes are approved.

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Get this from a library. Subcommittee hearings on revise certain laws to warrant officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and for other purposes. [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services.

Subcommittee No. 2.] -- Committee Serial No. Considers H.R. to establish a career program for warrant officers. AR Investigating Officer's Guide A. INTRODUCTION 1. Purpose: This guide is intended to assist investigating officers who have been appointed under the provisions of Army Regulation (AR)in conducting timely, thorough, and legally sufficient investigations.

It is designed specifically for. Under existing law, the Comptroller General is required to relieve disbursing officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps from liability for physical loss. To chronicle properly and systematically the history of the Quartermaster's Department would be to write a history of the army, of which it forms so important a part, with which it is so intimately associated, and without which it could not exist; for otherwise our army would be but a predatory mob, organized but not supplied; dependent upon chance for its existence, and for its supplies upon.

disbursing branch funds, accurately recording all financial transactions, reporting to federal other appropriate relief. In addition, there are criminal penalties for embezzling or stealing NALC Branch Officer’s Guide to Finance and Administration Branch Officer Duties I page File Size: KB.

Accountable Officials and Certifying Officers. This guide will serve as a convenient introduction for those who are new to the responsibility and as a refresher for those who are veteran Authorizing Officials/Certifying Officers (AO/CO)s.

The emphasis is on AO/CO responsibilities and how that role is performed in Size: KB. Consumer advocates warned about this possibility after Dayen revealed Tuesday that Ronda Kent, chief disbursing officer at the Treasury Department’s Bureau of .This Handbook is for informational purposes only.

It does not make or change policy or regulation. Retired Soldiers and Family members should. contact their Army Retirement Services Officer (RSO) for detailed or additional information. October