PREPARATION AND ADOPTION OF STATE BUDGET
4-7-2 Bureau continued within department of executive management--Purpose--Performance of functions.
4-7-3 General budgetary powers of Governor.
4-7-4 Qualifications of commissioner--Salary.
4-7-5 Employment of personnel for bureau--Expenses of personnel--Equipment and supplies--Office space.
4-7-6 Assistance to bureau by other state officers.
4-7-7 Annual budget estimates submitted by budget units--Contents and approval--Copies to Legislative Research Council.
4-7-7.1 Plan of goals and activities submitted with budget request.
4-7-7.2 Informational budgets required.
4-7-7.3 Annual budget statements required by Governor.
4-7-8 Governor's review and investigation of budget estimates.
4-7-9 Preparation and submission of budget report to Legislature.
4-7-10 Contents of annual budget report.
4-7-10.1 Salaries of specified officials included in budget.
4-7-10.2 Repeal of statutes establishing salaries of appointed officials.
4-7-10.4 Budgeting and appropriations for compensation and expenses of members of state boards and councils and management, policy making or advisory bodies.
4-7-10.5 Repeal of statutory allowances for boards, councils, and advisory bodies.
4-7-10.6, 4-7-10.7. Repealed.
4-7-12 Access of Governor-elect to budget report in process--Supplementary budget message by incoming Governor.
4-7-13 Legislative adoption of financial plan for each year.
4-7-13.1 Full-time equivalent appropriations separated in financial plan.
4-7-15 Development of policies and plan--Detailed documents--Information available to Legislature.
4-7-16 Analysis of proposed legislation by bureau.
4-7-17 Assistance to Legislature provided by bureau.
4-7-18 Coordination of procedures to carry out legislative policies.
4-7-19 Long-term capital improvements budget.
4-7-20 Operational improvements and economies--Automatic data processing systems.
4-7-22 to 4-7-24. Transferred.
4-7-25 Other duties of bureau.
4-7-25.1 Budgetary accounting service agency--Administration--Purpose.
4-7-25.2 Budgetary accounting fund.
4-7-25.3 Budgetary accounting service agency--Financing.
4-7-25.4 Fees for budgetary accounting services.
4-7-26 Rules and regulations.
Short title of chapter. 4-7-28
Salaries established by agencies controlled by Governor--Approval of Governor required. 4-7-29
Exemption of Board of Regents from salary approval requirement. 4-7-30
Budget reserve fund established. 4-7-32
Transfer of unobligated cash to budget reserve fund--Legislative action required for reserve fund expenditures. 4-7-33
, 4-7-34. Repealed. 4-7-35
to 4-7-38. Repealed. 4-7-39
Transfer of unobligated cash to general revenue replacement fund. 4-7-40
Condition statements--Requests by legislative committee or chair. 4-7-41
Condition statement defined--Condition statement forms. 4-7-42
Collective BSDF cash balance and combined cash balance defined. 4-7-43
Transfer of unobligated cash. 4-7-44
Transfer of funds from general revenue replacement fund to building South Dakota fund. 4-7-45
General revenue replacement fund established. 4-7-46
Maximum debt through South Dakota Building Authority and vocational education program of South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority. 4-7-47
Total annual debt service payments of South Dakota Building Authority and vocational education program of South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority. 4-7-48
Plan outlining current debt policies, financial analysis, and metrics. 4-7-49
Long-term financial plan. 4-7-50
Capital expenditure plan. 4-7-51
Publication of financial plans. 4-7-52
Submission of zero based budget on request of Joint Committee on Appropriations.