All agencies are directed to remit payment for services rendered by the Department
of Technology and Information within 30 days of receipt of invoice. Services may include, but are not limited to, postal metering, distribution supplies,
telecommunication and telephone services, professional services, and data processing
If a prompt payment problem exists, the Department of Technology and Information may
require all agencies and school districts receiving services to make monthly estimated
payments toward their invoice. The estimated payments should be equal to the average of the last three months of
reconciled payments or based on a schedule established by the department. The department will continue to be responsible for the actual payments to telephone
companies and other vendors. In addition, the department will be responsible for the reconciliation of accounts
with the user agencies and school districts.
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