Electronic Payment Requirement
State law requires that funds disbursed from the State Treasury be sent electronically. State agencies are able to request an exemption from this requirement with cause. The Electronic Payment Exemption Request electronic document linked below should be used by state agencies to seek an exemption for cause from this requirement. Only requests submitted via this document will be considered.
State agencies must complete and submit the Request electronically via email to Electronic.Payment.Exemption@treasurer.ok.gov. Each Request will be evaluated based on the information provided. Each agency will receive a confirmation of the receipt of their Request followed by a notification of whether the exemption(s) sought has been approved. All exemptions requested and approved for FY 2015 will expire on June 30, 2015. Agencies should submit their Request(s) by May 15, 2014, to ensure the exemption(s) can be processed before July 1. We have added a Frequently Asked Questions document linked below to address those questions that we have addressed routinely. You may also submit questions about the Request or how your agency can accept or send electronic payments to Electronic.Payment.Exemption@treasurer.ok.gov.
The State Treasurer has statewide contracts available to state agencies for sending electronic payments via ach or via a debit card. If you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact Diedra O’Neil at firstname.lastname@example.org or 522-4256, or Carole Bailey at email@example.com or 522-4216.
FY 2015 Electronic Payment Exception Request Form (PDF) 04/15/14
FY 2015 Electronic Payment Exception Request Form (Word) 04/15/14
House Bill 1086 further requires the State Treasurer post a report on the number of exempted payments and a list of causes.
HB 1086 Exemption Payments and Causes Report September 2014
HB 1086 Exemption Payments and Causes Report June 2014
HB_1086 Exemption Payments and Causes Report March 2014
HB 1086 Exempted Payments and Causes Report December 2013
HB 1086 Exemption Payments and Causes Report September 2013
HB 1086 Exemption Payments and Causes Report June 2013
HB 1086 Exempted Payments and Causes Report March 2013
HB 1086 Exempted Payments and Causes Report December 2012
HB 1086 Exempted Payments and Causes Report September 2012
Requests for Exemption from Electronic Payment Requirement Frequently Asked Questions (04/15/14)