General Ledger Certification

The state must provide and promptly publish a cryptographic receipt for all monies and goods it receives.   Where individual privacy is at issue, the published receipt reveals only the reason for transfer.

A state agency must demand a cryptographic receipt specifying full recipient name and general purpose for transfer of money or goods before transfer to another state agency or non-state entity can be completed.   The state is required to promptly publish these receipts.



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