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General Financial Rules, 2005

General Financial Rules, 2005

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General Financial Regulations 2005 is for govt employees dealing in cash transactions
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General FinancialRules, 2005
Government of IndiaMinistry of FinanceDepartment of Expenditure
 General Financial Rules (GFRs) are a compendium of general provisions to befollowed by all offices of Government of India while dealing with matters of afinancial nature.2. General Financial Rules were first issued in 1947 and were in the form ofexecutive instructions. These were subsequently modified and issued as GeneralFinancial Rules, 1963. Over the last four decades, these GFRs had to be amplifiedand supplemented by various decisions of the Government of India. Many of therules had also become redundant. These developments including a rapid growth ofalternative service delivery systems, developments in information technology,outsourcing of services and liberalization of the system of procurement, accountingand disposal of goods in line with the international practices necessitated an overallreview of the General Financial Rules, 1963. A Task Force was set up for thispurpose. The report submitted by the Task Force was widely circulated to all theDepartments and Ministries and their suggestions were duly considered for makingappropriate changes.3. General Financial Rules, 2005 have evolved as a result of the wideconsultations and extensive review. The rules have been simplified and put in alogical sequence for easy comprehension. The appendices and forms of GeneralFinancial Rules, 1963 have also been comprehensively reviewed but for the sake ofconvenience and to avoid confusion, the existing form numbers have been retained.Provisions regulating advances to government servants have been excluded fromGFRs as these are distinct from direct government expenditure. These provisionshave been issued separately as a compendium.4. It is expected that General Financial Rules, 2005 will provide greaterflexibility to officers in transacting government business while ensuringaccountability commensurate with responsibility at different levels of Government.5. Finally, Department of Expenditure would like to place on record theexcellent work done by the Task Force on review of GFRs, the CGA, the Office ofthe C&AG, Budget Division of Department of Economic Affairs and the Ministriesand Departments which gave valuable inputs for carrying out the exercise.
( Adarsh Kishore )Secretary to the Government of India
New Delhi, Ministry of Finance
July 1
, 2005. Department of Expenditure
Chapter No.Name of the Chapter Page No.1 Introduction
2 General System of Financial Management
I. General Principles relating to expenditure andpayment of moneyII. Defalcation and lossesIII. Submission of records & information4
3 Budget formulation and implementation.
4 Government Accounts
5 Works
6 Procurement of Goods and Services
I. Procurement of GoodsII. Procurement of Services49
7 Inventory Management
8 Contract Management
9 Grants-in-aid and Loans
10 Budgeting and Accounting for Externally AidedProjects
11 Government Guarantees

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