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State Administrative Board

Department of Technology, Management and Budget

State Administrative Board

About the State Administrative Board

Per P.A. 2 of 1921 , the State Administrative Board has general supervisory control over the administrative activities of all state departments and agencies, including, but not limited to, the approval of contracts and leases, oversight of the state capitol outlay process and the settlement of claims against the State under $1,000.00. The State Administrative Board functions through three standing committees that make recommendations to the Board.

For more information, read the full Introduction to the State Administrative Board.

The deadline to get materials for the Finance and Claims Committee to Shelby Troub (, the Secretary of the State Administrative Board, 1st Floor NE, Constitution Hall is noon on Monday, two weeks before the Finance and Claims Committee date.