§12-1-12b. Cash Management Improvement Act; administration; reports.
(a) The Cash Management Improvement Act of 1990, Public Law 101-453, October 24, 1990, 31 U.S.C. Section 6501 et. seq. (CMIA) and regulations, as amended, establishes requirements and techniques, including calculations, for the receipt and disbursement of federal funds by states. The authorized official and representative of the State of West Virginia for the CMIA is the state Treasurer.
(b) In administering the CMIA, the state Treasurer is authorized to do all things reasonably necessary, including without limitation, entering into agreements with, negotiating settlements with, refunding any interest due and satisfying any liability to the United States Treasury in accordance with the CMIA.
(c) Periodically, the state Treasurer shall transfer to the "Federal Cash Management Fund", which is hereby authorized and continued, earnings on the state General Revenue Fund in an amount the Treasurer estimates is needed to make refunds in accordance with the CMIA. After each annual settlement with the United States Treasury, the state Treasurer shall transfer to the state General Revenue Fund any moneys remaining in the Federal Cash Management Interest Fund for the period just settled.
(d) The State Treasurer shall also transfer periodically to the "Federal Cash Management - Administration Fund," which is hereby authorized and continued, earnings on the state General Revenue Fund in an amount the Treasurer determines is needed to pay for the costs of administering the CMIA. The State Treasurer may pay the costs he or she incurs in administering the CMIA from the Federal Cash Management-Administration Fund.
(e) All state spending units shall cooperate fully with the state Treasurer in accumulating all the necessary data elements to fully comply with the CMIA.
(f) The State Treasurer shall send quarterly reports on the activities involving the CMIA to the Governor, Auditor, Secretary of Revenue and Joint Committee on Government and Finance.