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Exchequer and Cash/Treasury Management

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Exchequer and Cash/Treasury Management is an “omnibus” term that reflects one of three core, non-payroll budget execution processes. It happens continuously throughout the year, based on cash flow plans and exchequer requests and issues, and is best understood as an integrated cycle, rather than discrete processes. There are four elements to this cycle – management of budget authority (exchequer requests and issues), payments management, receipts management and cash management. Every department, working under the leadership of Treasury in County Finance and Economic Planning, contributes to overall exchequer and cash/treasury management.


Upstream: Budget Estimates, Budget Appropriation, Budget Implementation Circular, Work Plan, Procurement Plan, Cash Flow Forecast, Procurement, Commitment Control

Downstream: Procurement, Asset and Liability Management, Quarterly Reports, Annual Report(s)