Public Works Accounts:  

Monthly accounts for the transactions of Works Accounts of the State are rendered by the Pay & Accounts Offices/ Asst. Pay & Accounts Offices (Works & Projects) of Finance Department, Government of Telangana since April 2001.   They work under the administrative control of the Director of Works Accounts, Government of Telangana, Hyderabad and are located at headquarters of every district. Every month they render consolidated departmental accounts of (i) Roads and Building Department, (ii) Panchayat Raj & Rural Development Department, (iii) Public Health Engineering Department and (iv) Corporations of State Government not having separate Engineering Wings. Establishment expenditure of these departments is accounted for by the District Treasury Officer of the districts concerned. In respect of Irrigation & Command Area Development Department, a consolidated monthly account of establishment and works expenditure is submitted with the nomenclature “Irrigation Department.”  The monthly account for establishment expenditure of the Director of Works Accounts & the PAOs (W & P) and works expenditure of Corporations of State Government not having separate Engineering Wings is submitted with nomenclature “Finance Department.”  These monthly accounts are incorporated for compilation of monthly civil account of the State Government in the Booking Cell trough VLC package.  The annual adjustments of common establishment of major projects are incorporated by means of March (Supplementary) accounts received from the PAOs.   The Chief Controlling Officers conduct reconciliation of departmental figures of expenditure and receipts with those booked by the A.G. quarterly basis and submit Reconciliation Certificates after rectification of misclassification of errors, if any.        

Forest Accounts:

The payment and accounting function of works expenditure in Forest Department was entrusted to the Pay & Accounts Officers/Asst. Pay & Accounts Officers (W & P), of the Finance Department, Government of Telangana, Hyderabad with effect from 1st April, 2001.  Cheque drawing powers of the DFOs/FDOs have been restored initially for 2 (two) years with effect from 04th February, 2017.  The DFOs/FDOs shall render accounts for Beedi Leaf scheme to the APAOs/PAOs (W & P) and for forest conservation works (Telanganaku Harithiharam Scheme) to the District Treasury Officers.  The APAOs/PAOs (W & P) and the DTOs consolidate the receipt and expenditure figures of the DFOs/FDOs and submit consolidated accounts every month. Establishment expenditure of these departments is accounted for by the District Treasury Officer of the districts concerned.  These monthly accounts are incorporated for compilation of monthly civil account of the State Government in the Booking Cell trough VLC package.  The Chief Controlling Officers conduct reconciliation of departmental figures of expenditure and receipts with those booked by the A.G. quarterly basis and submit Reconciliation Certificates after rectification of misclassification of errors, if any.

Loans and Advances:  

To Government Servants  : A detailed account of the loans and advances sanctioned to the Government employees and the recoveries thereof is maintained. At the end of the Financial year, the balances are communicated for confirmation.                                 .                                  

To Government Undertakings, Local Bodies etc. :  In respect of this, a detailed account is maintained Administrator / Institution wise.    

Inter Government Transactions:   This represents transactions taking place in other states, various Ministries/Departments of the Union Government adjustable in the Accounts of this State.  Based on the accounts furnished by the other states, Union government, after settling the net amount due to / by us, the transactions are accounted against the respective Final Heads.  In the existing parlance, the account is known as Settlement Account.  Analogous to this, the various transactions taking place in this State, adjustable by the other Governments are passed on to them for settlement.