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§12-6A-6. Debt information reporting.
(a) Within fifteen days following the end of each calendar quarter, each state spending unit shall provide the division and the legislative auditor, in the manner provided by this article and in such form and detail as the state treasurer may by regulation require, a statement of the total debt of each such state spending unit incurred during the calendar quarter and owing at the end of such calendar quarter, which statement shall include, but not be limited to, the name of the state spending unit, the amounts and types of debt incurred during the calendar quarter and outstanding at the end of the calendar quarter, the cost and expenses of incurring the debt, the maturity date of each debt, the terms and conditions of the debt, the current debt service on the debt, the current interest rate on the debt, the source of the proceeds utilized for repayment of the debt, the amounts of repayment during the calendar quarter, the repayment schedule and the security for the debt. A state spending unit having no outstanding debt shall not be required to provide the quarterly report but shall file an annual report, on forms established by the division of debt management: Provided, That the state spending unit shall immediately notify the division of debt management of any change in the spending unit's outstanding debt condition.

(b) Not less than thirty days prior to a proposed offering of debt to be issued by a state spending unit, written notice of such proposed offering and the terms thereof shall be given to the division by such state spending unit in the form as the division may by regulation require. Within thirty days after closing, the terms shall be reported to the division in the form as the division may by regulation require.

(c) On or before the thirty-first day of January and the thirty-first day of July of each year, the treasurer shall prepare and issue a report of all debt of the state and its spending units and of all proposed debt issuances of which the treasurer has received notice and shall furnish a copy of such report to the governor, the president of the Senate, the speaker of the House of Delegates, the members of the joint committee on government and finance, the legislative auditor and upon request to any other legislative committee and any member of the Legislature. The report shall be kept available for inspection by any citizen of the state. The treasurer shall also prepare updated reports of all debt of the state and its spending units which shall be available for inspection at the office of the state treasurer on or before the thirty-first day of March and the thirtieth day of September of each year.