What is the process for general claims?
- 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
- Claims are then date-stamped, numbered, entered on a computer database, and a general claim report generated
- Claim form, documentation and general claim report are then forwarded to the agency for validation
- 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.
- DAS-SAE makes its recommendations, then returns original claim and documentation to the AG's Office.
- AG's office reviews and makes a recommendation on each claim for payment, denial or dismissal
- Recommendations are presented to the SAB members at their monthly meeting
- Claim is either approved, denied or dismissed by the SAB
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State Appeal Board
Claims, General Claims