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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 35. Commission on the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
Chapter 20. Policy and Procedure Manual
5/30/2020

24VAC35-20-230. Asap (Alcohol Safety Action Program) Finance.

Part VI
ASAP (Alcohol Safety Action Program) Fiscal Policy

On or before June 1, all ASAPs shall submit before review, and approval a budget to the commission office through the executive director following approval and review by its policy board and administrative or fiscal agent, where applicable. If deficit funding is sought, the commission shall review and shall approve the budget.

Budgets utilizing federal or state funds shall be submitted to the commission for approval at least 60 days prior to their effective date.

Revisions within appropriated authority establishing new line items require policy board approval and notification shall be submitted to the commission to update budget status.

Statutory Authority

§§ 18.2-271.1 and 18.2-271.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR647-01-02 § 6.1, eff. September 13, 1989; amended, Volume 07, Issue 09, eff. February 28, 1991.

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