(1) Each person in charge of any state property shall, upon request of the department
of administration, furnish a sworn statement of all personal property in the person's
possession or under the person's charge belonging to the state, together with an estimate
of its value. The person shall furnish any other information in connection with the statement that
the department requires.
(2) Each state department, office, board, commission, and institution must be charged
with all items of personal property and all other personal property placed at the
disposal of the state department, office, board, commission, or institution and must
be credited with all worn out, used, lost, injured, or destroyed property from time
to time as reported to the department of administration. The entity is responsible for all items of personal property not accounted for. Property may be accounted for as provided in 18-6-101.
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