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The duties of the Attorney General are established by the Maine Revised Statutes Annotated, Title 5, sections 191 - 205. These statutes direct the Attorney General to discharge various responsibilities, including representing the State and its agencies in civil actions; prosecuting claims to recover money for the State; investigating and prosecuting homicides and other crimes; consulting with and advising the district attorneys; enforcing proper application of funds given to public charities in the State; and giving written opinions upon questions of law submitted by the Governor, Legislature, or state agencies. The Attorney General may appoint deputy and assistant attorneys general, all of whom serve at his or her pleasure. In addition to these statutory powers, the Attorney General is vested with certain other powers deriving from the Office's common law powers.

Dec 01, 2017 · The NDSU Accounting Office is the university’s central accounting office responsible for leadership and management in the following areas: accounts payable, general ledger, financial systems training, banking, investments, capital asset management, long-term debt, taxes, coordinating external audits and financial reporting.
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Program Profile: Vivian Mikhail, Assistant Attorney General; Amber Desrosiers, Tobacco Enforcement Coordinator; and Kimberly Cyrway, Tobacco Compliance Assistant. The Tobacco Enforcement Program is responsible for oversight of enforcement of all tobacco related statutes in Title 22 representing the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). These include laws on retail tobacco sales, public and workplace smoking. The Program has a contract with the U. S. Food and Drug Administration to enforce provisions of the Tobacco Control Act as they apply to tobacco retailers. The Program coordinates with the Office of Substance Abuse, the Single State Agency (SSA) designated to report compliance under the Synar program to the U.S. DHHS, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP). The Program oversees the DHHS subcontract to Howe, Cahill & Company to conduct unannounced undercover retail tobacco compliance check inspections to assess compliance for preventing tobacco sales to underage youth to meet the requirements of the Synar Amendment. The Program advises the DHHS Health Inspection Program regarding retail tobacco sales licensing. The Program supports the Partnership for a Tobacco-Free Maine and Healthy Maine Partnerships initiatives to reduce the incidence of underage use of tobacco products in Maine.

Welcome to the Accounting Office’s website. The mission of the Accounting Office is to support the campus community by providing prompt, reliable accounting and payroll services; ensuring accurate financial information and reports are readily available; coordinating external audits; and contributing to the control environment through the …
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The Investigation Division carries out a wide variety of both criminal and civil investigations, and serves as a resource for specialized assistance and advice for other agencies with respect to investigations. The Division carries out statutorily-required investigations of fraud against the State, and the use of deadly force by police officers. The Division is the primary investigative agency in the State for any sort of public corruption. The Division provides investigative services for other divisions of the Attorney General’s Office, several state licensing boards, and the eight District Attorneys in the State when the need arises.

General Accounting Division: The General Accounting Division (GAD) was the original office of the State Comptroller, created with the establishment of the office in 1851.
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The Fine Arts Collection traces its origins to the mid-nineteenth century, during a time (from 1852 until 1939) when the Department of the Treasury's Office of the Supervising Architect administered the construction of federal buildings. The earliest works in the collection date to the 1850s, when Auguste de Frasse was commissioned to create bas reliefs for the Marble Hall of the new U.S. Custom House in New Orleans, Louisiana. Following the devastation of the American Civil War, the country embarked on a period of tremendous growth and increased wealth in the 1880s. The artists and architects who designed the next generation of public buildings had been inspired by the Beaux-Arts monuments they had seen while studying abroad. The numerous custom houses, courthouses, post offices, and federal buildings constructed at the turn of the twentieth century include paintings, sculptures, and architectural ornamentation that reflect those artists' renewed interest in classicism and their use of symbolic and allegorical figures to represent the activities of the government.

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The General Accounting Division is made up of two sections. One section consists of Administration, Office Systems and Development, and Post Audit while the other consists of Financial Reporting, Operations, and Pre-Audits.

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The Attorney General's Office houses within it a number of programs authorized by the Legislature. These programs, while operating on a shoestring as compared to similar programs around the country, are models of both efficiency and effectiveness.