COMMENT DUE DATE:
June 13, 2018
June 4, 2018
Thomas Pennington 405-522-1262
Dena Thayer, Legal Services - Policy, Programs Administrator (405) 521-4326
Nancy Kelly, Legal Services - Policy, Policy Specialist (405) 522-6703
NON APA WF 18-H
The proposed policy is Non-APA . This proposal is not subject to Administrative Procedures Act
It is important that you provide your comments regarding the proposal to amend Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) Regulations, Chapter 2, Subchapter 11. Finance.
SUBJECT:CHAPTER 2. ADMINISTRATIVE COMPONENTS
SUBCHAPTER 11. Finance
OKDHS DHS:2-11-91. [AMENDED]
(Reference WF 18-H)
Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) Financial Services (FS) is amending the regulation to change the process to cancel or change voluntary payroll deductions, such as supplemental insurance premiums, charitable contributions, credit union deductions, or employee association membership dues.
LEGAL AUTHORITY:Director of Human Services; Section 162 of Title 56 of the Oklahoma Statutes (O.S. 56 § 162).
OKDHS DHS:2-11-91. Voluntary payroll deductions Issued 8-1-06Revised 6-15-18
(a) For voluntary payroll deductions, such as supplemental insurance premiums, charitable contributions, credit union deductions, or employee association membership dues, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) employee contacts the company and the company sends the appropriate documents to the
Finance DivisionDHS Financial Services Payroll Unit for processing.
For U.S. savings bond payroll deductions, the employee completes Form SB-2362, Authorization for Purchase and Request for Change, obtained at the local office and submits the form to the Payroll Unit.The employee completes Form 10PL022E, Request for Payroll Change – Voluntary Deductions Cancellation, to : (1) change the amount of voluntary payroll deductions for supplemental insurance premiums; or (2) cancel any voluntary payroll deductions for employee association membership dues, savings bonds, charitable contributions, and supplemental insurance premiumsdeduction.Any changes to the amount, other than cancellation, must be sent to the supplemental insurance company or credit union.