(a) Unless otherwise provided by law, the Treasurer has the powers and duties to:
(1) collect and deposit all locally raised revenues from any source, including income taxes, excise taxes, other taxes, license fees and payments for services;
(2) receive and deposit all funds from the federal government and any other sources;
(3) disburse funds pursuant to authority of law;
(4) establish and maintain the books of account of the government;
(5) provide and administer the financial management system of the government;
(6) manage trust funds and related receipts of the government;
(7) establish and maintain special revenue and disbursement accounts on behalf of public corporations of the government;
(8) provide financial data to the Governor, Legislature, departments, offices, and other agencies of the government;
(9) supervise and manage the government financial management information system;
(10) conduct customs and baggage inspections and other related matters; and
(11) engage in all other activities which may be reasonably necessary or incidental to carrying out the provisions of this chapter.
(b) Nothing in this section prevents departments, offices or other agencies of the government from collecting revenues with the approval of the Treasurer. Unless otherwise provided by law, all receipts so collected shall be transmitted to the Department of Treasury.History: 1987, PL 20-29 § 19.