Nov 06, 2018
Apr 16, 2018 - Jul 16, 2018
The South Carolina Comptroller General is an elected executive official in the South Carolina state government. The comptroller is the state's top accountant and chief fiscal watchdog, responsible for supervising state spending, keeping the state's books and maintaining accounting controls over state agencies. This office is up for election every four years during federal midterm elections. The mission of the comptroller's office is to "serve the Legislature, Judiciary, Executive offices, state agencies, and the citizens of South Carolina by providing centralized payroll and vendor payment processing and centralized accounting and reporting of financial data in accordance with the statewide program budget structure mandated by the General Assembly and in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)." The main duties of the office include: supervising the state's spending; keeping the state's books; maintaining accounting controls over state agencies; processing all payrolls for state employees, vouchers for bills owed by the state and interdepartmental payments between state agencies. The comptroller also sits on the State Budget & Control Board. The salary for this position is $92,007/year.
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South Carolina State Election Commission, 1122 Lady Street, Columbia, SC, 29201, US