State of Georgia Resources

Georgia Procurement Manual
http://pur.doas.ga.gov/gpm/MyWebHelp/GPM_Main_File.htm

The Georgia Procurement Manual (GPM) provides operational and administrative rules derived from the laws set forth by the Georgia code.

State Purchasing Card Policy
http://doas.ga.gov/state-purchasing/statewide-card-programs/purchasing-cards

The State Purchasing Card Policy establishes the minimum standards for use of the P-Card in order to ensure compliance with all applicable State laws pertaining to purchasing as contained in the Georgia Procurement Manual (GPM).

Georgia Statewide Travel Regulations
http://sao.georgia.gov/state-travel-policy

The Statewide Travel Regulations provides organizations with guidelines relating to acceptable limits for expenses incurred for in-state and out-of-state travel.  All agencies are required to follow the minimum guidelines outlined in the Statewide Travel Regulations; however, agencies are also authorized to establish policies that provide for more definitive limitations/guidelines relating to travel if the agency determines that such policies are necessary. 

State Accounting Office of Georgia
http://sao.georgia.gov/02/sao/home/0,2474,39779022,00.html

The State Accounting Office sets standards for financial reporting; prepares the state's yearly, comprehensive financial statement; assists other state agencies collect human resources data; and trains accounting and payroll personnel.

Georgia Department of Audit and Accounts
http://www.audits.ga.gov/about.html

The Department of Audits and Accounts exists to provide decision-makers with credible management information to promote improvements in accountability and stewardship in state and local government.

Georgia House Bill 1113 (HB 1113)
http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/en-US/display/20072008/HB/1113

Georgia House Bill 1113 (HB 1113) relates to the general authority, duties, and procedures with regard to state purchasing, so as to provide definitions; to provide for the requirements of a state purchasing card program; to provide penalties for violators; to authorize the promulgation of rules and regulations; to provide for related matters; to provide for effective dates and applicability; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

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