Kansas Statutes Chapter 74. State Boards, Commissions and Authorities § 74-32,255. State and federal funds; allocation and distribution; where deposited; payments; rules and regulations
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(a) The state board shall be responsible for the allocation and distribution of state and federal funds for adult basic education programs in accordance with this act and with the state plan. Such moneys shall be expended only in accordance with and for the purposes specified in federal or state law or the state plan. Federal funds for adult basic education programs shall be deposited in the state treasury. Payments under this act may be made in installments and in advance or by way of reimbursement, with necessary adjustments on account of overpayments or underpayments. The state board shall approve vouchers for disbursements from moneys in the state treasury for adult basic education programs, and the director of accounts and reports shall draw his warrants thereon in accordance with law.
(b) The state board may adopt rules and regulations for the administration of this act, and for the distribution of federal and state funds for adult basic education programs so long as the same are not inconsistent with the provisions of this act.
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