The specimen signature of a DDO in respect of a newly established office or an office shifted from the jurisdiction of one treasury to another treasury, shall be forwarded by the Directorate of Treasuries & Accounts, West Bengal.
West Bengal Government Treasury System
Treasury is the pivot of financial administration in the State. All Treasuries and Sub-Treasuries in a District are headed by the Collector of the district.
With a view to move further towards making paperless treasury system, the Governor is pleased to discontinue the mandatory provision for submission of hard copy of beneficiary list with the bill/advice to Treasury.
Government has decided to allow acceptance of the following categories of bills by Treasuries/ PAOs in anticipation of allotment of fund from 1st September, 2018 to 31st December, 2018 of current financial year 2018-19.
State Government has decided to allow acceptance of the following categories of bills by Treasuries/ PAOs in anticipation of allotment of fund for July and August of current financial year, 2018-19.
Any officer of non-Government Organization who is enjoying pay-scale equivalent to Group-A Officer of the Government of West Bengal, may be allowed by the Finance Department to act as DDO of that organization.
The existing TR-47 schedule for transfer of money for Provident Fund from the Pay bill submitted by Drawing and Disbursing Officer shall continue to exist as usual.
Governor is pleased to replace the existing TR Form No. 51 with the new TR Form No. 51. Necessary amendment in West Bengal Treasury Rules will be made in due course of time.
Clarifications regarding surrender of unutilised funds lying in PL/Deposit/Bank Accounts circulated vide F.D. Memo No. 5536-F dated 04.09.2017.
After introduction of IFMS, certain Reports/ Registers maintained in the Treasuries/ PAOs Offices have become redundant and no longer required to be maintained.
Surrender of unutilized State Funds at the end of the Financial Year lying in Personal Ledger (PL) Accounts/ Deposit Accounts of any parastatal.