What is the process for general claims?

  1. Claims are required to be submitted to the State Appeal Board (SAB) via the State Appeal Board Claim Form and Affidavit - one original claim form and one copy of all supporting documentation is required
  2. Claims are then date-stamped, numbered, entered on a computer database, and a general claim report generated
  3. Claim form, documentation and general claim report are then forwarded to the agency for validation
  4. Agency makes a recommendation to approve, deny or dismiss the claim. If approved, the agency forwards the original claim and documentation to the Department of Administrative Services - State Accounting Enterprise (DAS-SAE). If denied or dismissed the agency returns the original and documentation to the Attorney General's (AG's) Office.
  5. DAS-SAE makes its recommendations, then returns original claim and documentation to the AG's Office.
  6. AG's office reviews and makes a recommendation on each claim for payment, denial or dismissal
  7. Recommendations are presented to the SAB members at their monthly meeting
  8. Claim is either approved, denied or dismissed by the SAB
Program Area
State Appeal Board
Topic(s)
Claims, General Claims

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