Comptroller Fiscal Year Memo Letter Head

April 15, 2010

Honorable Charles A. Murphy, Chair
House Committee on Ways and Means
State House – Room 243
Boston, MA  02133

Dear Representative Murphy:

As required by Section 2B Chapter 27 of the Acts of 2009, the Office of the Comptroller is submitting this report on Prior Year Deficiencies to the House and Senate Committees on Ways and Means.

The attached Paid Prior Year Deficiency Report contains information regarding payment of prior year deficiencies through chargebacks to FY 2010 funds.

Through the third quarter of FY 2010, a total of $1,352,739 was spent in prior year deficiencies for 22 departments.  Of that, $523,746 was from accounts that had sufficient funds and $828,993 was from accounts that had insufficient funds.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need anything further.

Sincerely,

Martin J. Benison
Comptroller

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Enc.     Paid Prior Year Deficiency Report Through the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2010 pdf format of fy10_qtr3_rept.pdf
CC:    Steven C. Panagiotakos, Chair, Senate Committee on Ways and Means
          Jay Gonzalez, Secretary, Executive Office for Administration and Finance
          Doug Howgate, Budget Director, Senate Ways and Means Committee
          Jeita Phillips, Budget Director, House Ways and Means Committee
          Mike Esmond, Budget Director, Administration and Finance


 

April 15, 2010

Honorable Steven C. Panagiotakos, Chair
Senate Committee on Ways and Means
State House – Room 212
Boston, MA  02133

Dear Senator Panagiotakos:

As required by Section 2B Chapter 27 of the Acts of 2009, the Office of the Comptroller is submitting this report on Prior Year Deficiencies to the House and Senate Committees on Ways and Means.

The attached Paid Prior Year Deficiency Report contains information regarding payment of prior year deficiencies through chargebacks to FY 2010 funds.

Through the third quarter of FY 2010, a total of $1,352,739 was spent in prior year deficiencies for 22 departments.  Of that, $523,746 was from accounts that had sufficient funds and $828,993 was from accounts that had insufficient funds.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need anything further.

Sincerely,

Martin J. Benison
Comptroller

MJB/jdn

Enc.     Paid Prior Year Deficiency Report Through the Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2010 pdf format of fy10_qtr3_rept.pdf
CC:    Charles A. Murphy, Chair, House Committee on Ways and Means
          Jay Gonzalez, Secretary, Executive Office for Administration and Finance
          Doug Howgate, Budget Director, Senate Ways and Means Committee
          Jeita Phillips, Budget Director, House Ways and Means Committee
          Mike Esmond, Budget Director, Administration and Finance