For every work initiated by, or connected with, the requirements of another department, it is first necessary to obtain the concurrence of the department concerned is termed as “administrative approval” of the work.

Revised DFPR of Administrative Department for according AAFS


Governor is pleased to revise the delegated financial power of the Additional Chief Secretary/ Principal Secretary/ Secretary in charge of the Administrative Departments.

Incorporation of Non-Budgetary Source in AAFS Module of WBIFMS


Introduction of a facility to incorporate the proportion of project cost to be borne out of Non-Budgetary source(s) (Out of Budget Component) within total Project Cost in AAFS Module.

Change in Contract Amount due to Enhancement of GST


In all cases where work order is given inclusive of all taxes and there is no indication of rate of GST in tender document, there will be no scope of change of tendered value by enhancing the GST rate to 18% from 12%.

Acceptance of Tender by the Work Executing Departments on behalf of Non Works Departments


Chief Engineers of Works Executing Departments can accept tenders with at least 3 qualified bids on behalf of the requisitioning non-Works Departments upto any value with the approval of the Government appointed tender committee of the Executing Department itself.

Sanctioning Authority of Revised Administrative Approval


Delegating full power to Administrative Departments for according Revised Administrative Approval due to acceptance of rates upto 10% above without any change in scope of work.

Functionality for according “Advance Administrative Approval”


Governor is pleased to introduce a facility in AAFS Module of IFMS for according Advance Administrative Approval, so that departments may accord Advance Administrative Approval in this Financial Year, of a project to be taken up in Next Financial Year.

Facility in AAFS for Re-Phasing of Projects Exceeding the Budget Provision


Inadequate project planning may lead to increased project life cycle, cost overrun, sub optimal resource utilisation, Project failure and consequently may adversely affect the fiscal management and achievement of the overall goals of state.

Administrative Approval and Financial Sanction Module in IFMS


Henceforth, administrative approval and financial sanction to Projects shall be accorded through AAFS Module and release of funds shall also be Project-wise within the respective Heads of Accounts.

Advance Planning for Making Expenditure in Next FY


To ensure timely execution of different works an advance planning by the Departments is essential. The last quarter of a FY can be utilized for preparatory works including floating of tenders so that work orders can be issued in the first week of April of the next FY.

Financial Power for according Administrative Approval


Governor has been pleased to enhance the limit of financial power of the Additional Chief Secretary/ Principal Secretary/ Secretary for administrative approval for any plan expenditure upto Rs. 20.00 Crore.

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