Cash Management System in the Central Government

Ministry of Finance
Department of Economic Affairs
Budget Division
[Cash Management Cell]
Room No.263-B, North Block, 
New Delhi dated 2nd Nov., 2011.

Office Memorandum

Sub: Cash Management System in the Central Government — modified exchequer control based expenditure management and restrictions on expenditure during the last quarter of the financial year.

       The undersigned is directed to refer to this Division’s 0.M. of even number dated December 27, 2006 on the subject cited above.
2. Based on the recommendations of Fourteenth Report of Second Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) titled ‘Strengthening Financial Management System’, accepted by the Group of Ministers (GoM), it has been decided to extend aforesaid system to another 23 Demands for Grants (listed in Annexure-I) from the financial year 2012-13 i.e. w.e.f. 1.4.2012. This will be in addition to the 23 Demands for Grants already covered under the system (Annexure-II).
3. The Financial Advisor would be responsible for the implementation of the modified expenditure management system. He/She may nominate a nodal officer for the purpose.
4. In respect of each Demands for Grants, Monthly Expenditure Plan (separately for Plan and Non-Plan Expenditure) [MEP] would be worked out and included as an annex to the Detailed Demands for Grants in respect of the said Demands for Grants. Suggested format is at Annexure-III.
5. The required information relating to actual may kindly be emailed to this Ministry every month [[email protected]]. It may also be ensured that this information is sent to this Ministry, in the enclosed proforma by 15th of every month.
6. The guidelines mentioned in the aforesaid 0.M. dated December 27, 2006 remained unchanged (Annexure-IV).

Encl: As above.

(Brajendra Navnit)
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India

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  • Nitin Kusalkar 12 years ago

    Can we get the real contribution of modified exchequer based expenditure management since its comencement please..