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Financial Management and Information Systems (FMIS)

The Financial Management and Information Systems (FMIS) deals with the Financial Management, Treasury Management and the Computerized Information Systems.

CONCEPT OF COMPUTERISATION

Any financial control mechanism requires collection and processing of correct information about expenditure and receipts. Since, treasuries are the end points of the Government organizations as far as receipts and expenditure are concerned, they are the most suitable place for collecting such information. Therefore, under the information system, the information up to detailed budget head about all transactions, whether of receipts or expenditure, is collected and transmitted to the Finance Department for its further processing or use by other organizations in the Government. Since, the data collected at treasuries are near to the reality, it paves the way for better financial control than what exists today.

INFORMATION MODULES OF COMPUTERISATION

The computerization addresses the main concerns of Financial Management and Treasury Management, and is compatible with the computerization of A.G.M.P.

The list of modules, of treasury computerization have the following Salient features:

  1. The Finance Department through F.M.I.S. shall be able to analyze department-wise / Budget head-wise receipts and payments, as well as keep track of budget allocation to the departments, projects schemes.

  2. The Finance Department shall be able to monitor allotment, expenditure and reimbursement claims of various Externally Funded and Central Sector Centrally Sponsored Schemes.

  3. The Finance Department shall be able to track the recovery of loans to Para-Statal Organization. Besides the Department must be able to monitor all the Sovereign Guarantees.

  4. The Finance Department shall be able to get feed back on the impact of expenditure/financial control measures undertaken.

  5. Facilitating the pre-audit of bills at treasury level.

  6. Maintenance of various Deposit/ Fund Accounts at the Treasury level.

  7. Monitoring of the recovery of the loans and advances to the Government employees.

  8. Reconciliation of figures of receipts of the department with bank scroll.

  9. Maintenance of employees as well as pensioners database.

  10. Maintenance of account of Non-Judicial /Judicial/Other Stamps.

  11. Tracking system of pension and pay fixation cases.

  12. Monitoring of Audit-paras of P.A.C./A.G./Internal Audit of Directorate of Treasuries and Accounts.