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41-764. Contribution of pro rata share for personnel division fund

A. State service agencies within the covered service shall contribute a pro rata share of the overall cost of personnel administration services provided by the department. The pro rata share shall be payable by payroll fund source and the resultant amount shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in a personnel division fund for appropriation by the legislature for the personnel board and the personnel division of the department. The pro rata share shall be 1.10 per cent of the total payroll of the agency. Of the 1.10 per cent pro rata share, 0.03 per cent of total payroll shall be deposited in a separate subaccount of the personnel division fund for use by the personnel board and shall be subject to legislative appropriation. Total payroll shall include all fund sources, including the state general fund, federal monies, special revenue funds, intergovernmental revenue monies, trust funds and other payroll fund sources.

B. A claim for the pro rata share percentage payment shall be submitted according to the fund source, with the accompanying payroll to the department for deposit in the personnel division fund.

C. Notwithstanding section 35-190, only monies in excess of five hundred thousand dollars revert to the state general fund at the end of each fiscal year. The state comptroller shall pay any monies determined to be owed to the federal government from the personnel division fund before calculating the reversion.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-764

41-764. Contribution of pro rata share for personnel division fund

A. State service agencies within the covered service shall contribute a pro rata share of the overall cost of personnel administration services provided by the department. The pro rata share shall be payable by payroll fund source and the resultant amount shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in a personnel division fund for appropriation by the legislature for the personnel board and the personnel division of the department. The pro rata share shall be 1.10 per cent of the total payroll of the agency. Of the 1.10 per cent pro rata share, 0.03 per cent of total payroll shall be deposited in a separate subaccount of the personnel division fund for use by the personnel board and shall be subject to legislative appropriation. Total payroll shall include all fund sources, including the state general fund, federal monies, special revenue funds, intergovernmental revenue monies, trust funds and other payroll fund sources.

B. A claim for the pro rata share percentage payment shall be submitted according to the fund source, with the accompanying payroll to the department for deposit in the personnel division fund.

C. Notwithstanding section 35-190, only monies in excess of five hundred thousand dollars revert to the state general fund at the end of each fiscal year. The state comptroller shall pay any monies determined to be owed to the federal government from the personnel division fund before calculating the reversion.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-764

41-764. Contribution of pro rata share for personnel division fund

A. State service agencies within the covered service shall contribute a pro rata share of the overall cost of personnel administration services provided by the department. The pro rata share shall be payable by payroll fund source and the resultant amount shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in a personnel division fund for appropriation by the legislature for the personnel board and the personnel division of the department. The pro rata share shall be 1.10 per cent of the total payroll of the agency. Of the 1.10 per cent pro rata share, 0.03 per cent of total payroll shall be deposited in a separate subaccount of the personnel division fund for use by the personnel board and shall be subject to legislative appropriation. Total payroll shall include all fund sources, including the state general fund, federal monies, special revenue funds, intergovernmental revenue monies, trust funds and other payroll fund sources.

B. A claim for the pro rata share percentage payment shall be submitted according to the fund source, with the accompanying payroll to the department for deposit in the personnel division fund.

C. Notwithstanding section 35-190, only monies in excess of five hundred thousand dollars revert to the state general fund at the end of each fiscal year. The state comptroller shall pay any monies determined to be owed to the federal government from the personnel division fund before calculating the reversion.

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