11-a-003 - DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel (July 30, 2010)
Posted on October 21, 2021 at 12:49 PM by Kansas Department of Administration
|INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-a-003|
|DATE:||July 30, 2010|
DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||Immediately |
|SMART-||Randy Kennedy||(785) 296-2125||(Randy.Kennedy @da.ks.gov)|
|SUMMARY:||Issuance of combined DA-184 Form for Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel|
The updated DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel is now available at http://www.da.ks.gov/ar/pm/forms/default.htm.
Agencies are encouraged to utilize the new combined form and to develop the appropriate business process flow within their agency to correctly route the information provided by an employee on the DA-184 form to all necessary parties for data entry and agency record-keeping. Direct deposit of employee payroll will be entered in the Statewide Human Resource and Payroll system and direct deposit of employee travel and expense is entered into the Statewide Management, Accounting, and Reporting Tool Travel and Expense module.
Please note the following:
- An employee may only select one account for SMART (travel and expense) and 100% of all travel and expense reimbursements will be deposited to that account.
- An employee may select up to a maximum of nine accounts for SHARP (employee payroll) and identify the account priority and the percentage or amount of net pay that is distributed to each account.
- The “International ACH Bank” checkbox is intended to be selected if the entire amount of the direct deposit to a specific account may result in the transfer of funds to a financial agency outside the U.S. The functionality to support the International ACH requirements is not yet in place so agencies should refrain from using this checkbox at this time. Additional instructions will be released when the necessary programming changes are made to implement International ACH payments.