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Virginia Department of Accounts

Phone Number:

Street Address:

Mailing Address:

Email Addresses:

Forms, Instructions and Information

State Agencies

  • Financial Certification Website – Memorandum dated April 4, 2012 [PDF]
  • Financial Certification Administrative Manual – State Agency [PDF]
  • Financial Certification Security Maintenance Form – State Agency [PDF]

Local Treasurers

  • Financial Certification Website – Memorandum dated April 4, 2012 [PDF]
  • Financial Certification Administrative Manual – Treasurers [PDF] [Word]
  • Financial Certification Security Maintenance Form – Treasurers [PDF]

Clerks of the Circuit Court

  • Financial Certification Website – Memorandum dated April 4, 2012 [PDF]
  • Financial Certification Administrative Manual – Clerks [PDF] [Word]
  • Financial Certification Security Maintenance Form – Clerks [PDF]

Contact Information

  • FAACS Authorized Signatures (FAACS-S3) [PDF] [Word]
  • CIP Documentation Worksheet [Excel]
  • Financial and Voucher Information Form (Basis Input) (FAACS12) [PDF]
  • Location and Responsibility Form (Basis Input) (FAACS11) [PDF]
  • FAACS Logon Request Form (FAACS-S1) [PDF] [Word]
  • Online Form to Reset Password (FAACS-S2) [PDF] [Word]
  • Optional Form (FAACS13) [PDF]

Contact Information

  • Lease Accounting System (LAS) Security Access Form (LAS-S1) [PDF] [Word]
  • Lease Classification Test Information (LAS-2) [PDF] [Word]
  • Lease Deletion/Termination/Extension Request (LAS-4) [PDF] [Word]
  • Lease Payment Stream Information (LAS-3) [PDF] [Word]
  • Lease Report Request (LAS-5) [PDF] [Word]
  • Lease Transactions Package – General Lease Information (LAS-1) [PDF] [Word]

Moving and Relocation

Calculation Spreadsheets

  • Adjusted Employment Date Calculator [Excel]
  • Administrative Wage Garnishment Spreadsheet [Excel]
  • Healthcare ATA Checker [Excel]

(save spreadsheet to your local drive to allow macros to run)

  • Leave Payment Spreadsheet [Excel]
  • Net Sick Leave Payout Calculations for Estimate of Purchase of Service Months [Excel]
    • Non-VSDP Worker’s Comp Calculations [Excel]
    • Partial Pay Calculations [Excel] Updated 08/05/2016
    • Post Retirement Life Insurance Calculation Worksheet for ORP Retirees [Excel]
    • Retirement Overrides [Excel] Updated 01/03/2017
    • Semi-Monthly Overtime Calculations [Excel]
    • VRS Automated Recon Spreadsheet [Excel]
    • VSDP Calculations [Excel] Updated 08/05/2016
    • VSDP Intermittent W/C Spreadsheet [Excel]
    • Wage Chart (VWC 7A) [Excel]

    CIPPS Security Forms

    • CIPPS Security Authorization / Deletion Request Form [PDF] [Word]
    • Fiscal Officer Proxy for Payroll Certifications Form [PDF] [Word]

    Direct Deposit Forms

    • Direct Deposit Authorization for Employees [PDF] [Word]
    • Direct Deposit Stop Payment Form (PR-1) [PDF] [Word]
    • Existing Paycard Notification Letter Example [Word]
    • New Paycard Notification Letter Example [Word]
    • Virginia Way2Go Card Debit Mastercard Authorization Form [PDF]

    Electronic Filing Forms

    • Form 8655 – Reporting Agent Authorization for Magnetic Tape / Electronic Filers:

      • Form only [PDF]
      • Instuctions only [PDF]
      • Form with Instructions [PDF]


    Leave Forms

    • Leave Balance Spreadsheet [PDF] [Excel]
    • L-1 – Leave Activity Reporting Form [PDF] [Word]
    • L-2 – Leave Maintenance Form [PDF]
    • L-3 – Leave Activity/Maintenance Batch Totals Form [PDF]
    • L-4 – Leave Status Inquiry/Update Form [PDF] [Word]
    • L-5 – General CIPPS Leave Information Form [PDF] [Word]

    Magnetic Media

    • Magnetic Media Requirements – 700 – Pay Transactions (Standard Time Reporting) [PDF]
    • Magnetic Media Requirements – 8XX – Tax and Deduction Overrides [PDF]
    • Magnetic Media Requirements – 9XX – Pay Transactions (Special Payments) [PDF]
    • Magnetic Media Requirements – IBC – Batch Balance [PDF]
    • Security Batch Transaction Request [PDF] [Word]

    Miscellaneous Forms

    • Cardinal Automated Reconcilation Default Coding [PDF] [Word]
    • COV Mobile Device Allowance Agreement Form [PDF]
    • GLI Default Coding [PDF] [Word]
    • Report Writer Matrix [PDF]
    • Request to Add Garnishment Vendor/Payee [Excel]
    • Out of State Taxing Matrix [PDF]
    • VRS Modernization Working Examples [PDF]
    • VEC Web Upload Excel Template [Excel]

    Optional Group Life Forms

    Miscellaneous Insurances and Annuities

    • 2017 TPA Cut-off Dates [PDF]
    • Miscellaneous Insurances and Annuities FOCUS Meeting – (03/2013) [PDF] [PowerPoint]
    • Cash Match Agreement Form – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • Miscellaneous Insurances Information – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • Post-Tax Salary Deduction Authorization – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • Pre-Tax Salary Reduction Agreement Form – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • Miscellaneous Insurances/Annuities Admin Manual – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • Tax Sheltered Annuities – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • TPA Employment Status Change Form – (03/2017) [PDF]
    • TPA Exception/Discrepancy Response Form – (03/2017) [PDF]

    Payroll Processing Forms

    • Agency Authorization for Certification of Payrolls [PDF] [Excel]
    • CIPPS Payroll Processing Forms – Workbook with Multiple Forms [Excel]
    • CIPPS Company Add/Maintenance (PR-12) [PDF] [Word]
    • H0901 – Third Party Deduction Name and Address (PR-11) [PDF]
    • HTM00 – Manual Pay/Earnings Update (PR-10.1) [PDF]
    • HTMCK – Manual Pays 5 – Screenprint [PDF]
    • HTMPA – Manual Pays 2 (PR-10.2) [PDF]
    • HTMSP – Manual Pays 3 (PR-10.3) [PDF]
    • HTMTD – Manual Pays 4 (PR-10.4) [PDF]
    • HTODA – Deduction Refund/Adjustment (PR-7) [PDF]
    • HTPSA – Employee Special Pay Adjustment (PR-6) [PDF]
    • HTQTA – Tax Refund/Adjustment (PR-8) [PDF]
    • HUA03 – Time and Attendance (PR-3) [PDF]
    • HUC01 – Special Payment as Regular Pay (PR-4) [PDF]
    • HUD01 – Deduction Override (PR-9) [PDF]
    • HUE01 – Special Payments (PR-5) [PDF]
    • U118 – Gross Pay Difference Explanation [PDF] [Excel]

    Quarterly Reconciliation Forms

    • Quarterly Reconciliation – Employee File Adjustment Form [PDF]
    • Quarterly Reconciliation and Certification Form [PDF]

    Statewide Deductions

    • Maximum Deferral Calculation Spreadsheets for Special Pays [Excel] – Revised January 19, 2017.
      – Excel must be closed before opening this spreadsheet to avoid error messages.
    • Statewide Deduction Codes – Matrix of Deduction Codes [PDF] [Excel]

    Statewide Special Pay Forms

    • CIPPS Standard Special Pay Codes [PDF]
    • Statewide Special Pay Codes – Examples of Combinations of Indicators [PDF]

    Void Forms

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    Forensic Psychology Careers

    Updated August 10, 2017

    Forensic psychology has become one of the most popular subfields of psychology in recent years. Increasing numbers of students express interest in this field of study, yet many are not quite sure what they need to do to pursue a career in this area. If you have an interest in psychology as well as the law and criminal justice, then this is an area that certainly might interest you.

    So how do you get started in forensic psychology?

    What topics do you need to study in school, how to you find a job in the field, and what do forensic psychologists do?

    Let s start first by answering the most basic question of all:

    What Exactly Is Forensic Psychology?

    Division 41 of the American Psychological Association. known as the Executive Council for the American Psychology-Law society (AP-LS), formally defines forensic psychology as:

    The professional practice by psychologists within the areas of clinical psychology, counseling psychology, neuropsychology, and school psychology, when they are engaged regularly as experts and represent themselves as such, in an activity primarily intended to provide professional psychological expertise to the judicial system.

    Essentially, forensic psychology involves applying psychology to the field of criminal investigation and the law. Forensic psychologists utilize their knowledge of psychological principles and use it to understand different aspects of the legal system.

    This sometimes involves conducting evaluations of people in the court system, performing psychotherapy with victims of crimes, evaluating witnesses, and even providing testimony in civil and criminal trials.

    It is also one of the fastest-growing disciplines within psychology. The AP-LS currently has more than 3,000 members and continues to grow each year.

    Forensic psychology is also one of the disciplines I am most frequently asked about by students interested in entering the profession as a career.

    Why Is Forensic Psychology Such a Fast-Growing Career?

    So what explains the rapid growth in this particular field? Forensic psychology has grown phenomenally in popularity in recent years, partly due to sensationalized portrayals of the field in movies and television, which unfortunately are not always accurate.

    Forensic psychologists are often depicted as criminal profilers who are able to almost psychically deduce a killer s next move. In reality, these professionals practice psychology as a science within the criminal justice system and civil courts. Few of these professionals work as hands-on criminal investigators in the field and even fewer are actually engaged in the process of hunting down criminals.

    So exactly what do forensic psychologists do?

    The Duties of a Forensic Psychologist

    Forensic psychologists are often involved in both criminal and civil matters. A few examples include:

    • Custody disputes
    • Evaluate insurance claims
    • Offer testimony in civil lawsuits
    • Provide psychotherapy services in family courts
    • Perform child custody evaluations
    • Investigate reports of child abuse
    • Conduct visitation risk assessments.

    Those working in the civil courts often assess competency, provide second opinions, and provide psychotherapy to crime victims. Professionals working in the criminal courts conduct evaluations of mental competency, work with child witnesses, and provide an assessment of juvenile and adult offenders.

    How Much Do Forensic Psychologists Typically Earn?

    Salaries within forensic psychology can range greatly depending on the sector of employment although most entry-level positions for those with a doctorate start out between $60,000 and $70,000 annually. Indeed.com suggests that the average national salary for forensic psychologists in 2017 was around $79,000.

    Payscale.com indicates that the median salary is approximately $62,000 with a low-end range of around $35,000 and a high-end range at around $124,000.

    Individuals with a bachelor s or master s degree generally hold the title of psychological assistant or psychological associate. Starting level salaries for these positions generally start around $35,000 or $40,000. Those in private practice who offer consulting services typically earn more, often in the $85,000 to $95,000 range.

    What Type of Degree Do Forensic Psychologists Need?

    Currently, there is no single accepted training model for forensic psychologists. In most cases, however, forensic psychologists need a doctoral degree in psychology, usually in clinical or counseling psychology. In most cases, people interested in this field start by earning a PhD or PsyD in clinical psychology before earning some type of postdoctoral training and specialization in forensic psychology.

    A number of schools such as the University of Arizona and the University of Virginia offer degrees specifically focused on forensic psychology that combines courses in both psychology and law. Such a degree typically takes 5 to 7 years of graduate study to complete and admission into doctoral programs is highly competitive.

    After the appropriate education, training, and experience, a forensic psychologist can apply for board certification. The American Board of Forensic Psychology offers professionals the opportunity to be certified as a Diplomat of Forensic Psychology.

    In an article for Psychology Today. forensic psychologist Dr. Karen Franklin tackled the thorny issue of the sudden rise of terminal online master s programs focusing on forensic psychology. Many of these programs require a mere two years of graduate study and have become an increasingly popular option for students interested in this field. Franklin suggests that many of these programs are what she refers to as false advertising.

    Master s level clinicians will probably have trouble competing in a field dominated by professionals with more advanced degrees, Franklin suggests.

    Is a Career In Forensic Psychology Right for Me?

    Before you decide on a career in forensic psychology, there are a few factors you should consider. Do you enjoy working with others? Forensic psychologists usually work with a team of other professionals in addition to working directly with clients or criminal offenders. Do you enjoy challenging problems? In most situations, people are experiencing problems that cannot be easily or quickly resolved.

    In addition to these qualities, experts have suggested that forensic psychologists must have a solid legal knowledge, understand how psychology and the law intersect and interact, have specialized training in clinical forensic psychology, and a background in the ethical issues with forensic psychology.

    Forensic psychologists need patience, creativity, and commitment. Are you interested in studying both law and psychology? Students who enjoy both subjects may find that forensic psychology is the perfect career choice.

    What Are the Pros and Cons of a Career In Forensic Psychology?

    As with any career, there are both pluses and minuses to being a forensic psychologist. Before you commit to this career path, spend some time thinking about how these possible benefits and downsides might influence your life.

    Some of the benefits of being a forensic psychologist include:

    • The opportunity to help others
    • Diverse career paths (i.e. criminal courts, consulting, government, education)
    • Can be a challenging and rewarding career

    A few of the possible downsides include:

    • Requires a substantial time commitment (5-7 years of graduate study)
    • Pay is usually low in relation to the amount of education and work required
    • Frustration, stress, and burnout can occur

    A Word From Verywell

    What does a forensic psychologist do? is a common question for many people who are interested in this career choice. While the field might not be quite what is portrayed on television and in the movies, it is still a rewarding, challenging, and exciting option.

    One of the most appealing aspects of being a forensic psychologist is that it always offers interesting new challenges and experiences. You might evaluate witnesses one day and offer testimony in court the next. If you have an interest in both psychology and the law, then a career in forensic psychology might be a great choice for you.

    DeMatteo, D. Marczyk, G. Krauss, D. Burl, J. Educational and training models in forensic psychology. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 3(3), 184-191; 2009.

    Weiner, I. B. Goldstein, A. M. Handbook of Psychology, Forensic Psychology. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley and Sons; 2012.

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    The following is a brief overview of the requirements for an in-state LPCC applicant. In-state applicants must register as a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern (PCCI) upon graduation in order to gain hours of experience. Upon receipt of an application deficiency notice, if one is necessary, the applicant will have one year to remedy any application deficiencies identified in the BBS’ evaluation. The intern registration cannot be issued until deficiencies have been resolved.

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    If an applicant’s degree includes only 10 of the 13 core content areas, the missing three content areas must be remediated via post-master’s or postdoctoral coursework at a regionally accredited or BPPE approved institution, as defined under BPC Section 4999.12. LPCC programs offering the required coursework may be found through the California Association of Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (CALPCC ) website, or the Board’s Schools with LPCC-related Programs page.

    Supervised Work Experience Requirements

    Supervised work experience must be gained after the conferral date of the applicant s qualifying degree. All hours of supervised work experience must be gained while registered as a PCCI, with the exception of the following:

    • Supervised work experience hours gained immediately after graduation, but prior to registration as a PCCI, may be credited towards experience requirements, provided they:
      1. Apply for PCCI registration within 90 days of the qualifying degree conferral date; and
      2. Complete application deficiencies within one year of being notified and receive the registration number.
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    Tamiflu is a prescription medicine used to treat the flu (influenza) in people 2 weeks of age and older who have had flu symptoms for no more than 2 days. Tamiflu can also reduce the chance of getting the flu in people 1 year and older.

    Tamiflu does not prevent bacterial infections that may happen with the flu.

    Tamiflu is not recommended for people with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) who are not receiving dialysis.

    Tamiflu is not a substitute for an annual flu vaccination.

    Do not take Tamiflu if you are allergic to oseltamivir phosphate or any of the ingredients in Tamiflu.

    Important Safety Information

    • If you have an allergic reaction or a severe rash with Tamiflu, stop taking it and contact your doctor right away. This may be very serious
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    • The most common side effects are nausea, vomiting, headache and pain

    Please see the Tamiflu full Prescribing Information for complete important safety information.

    You are encouraged to report side effects to Genentech by calling 1-888-835-2555 or to the FDA by visiting www.fda.gov/medwatch or calling 1-800-FDA-1088.

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    • Food insecurity is defined as having to cut meal size or skip meals, because there was not enough money for food at least once in the last year. Among youth in Spokane County in 2014, 16% reported experiencing food insecurity. Food insecurity decreased as maternal education level increased and was more likely among males, blacks, Native Americans/Alaska Natives, Hispanics, and multi-racial youth. (2015 Spokane Counts, Spokane Regional Health District)
  • Jail inmates (in Bonner County, ID) give back to the community by growing and donating more than 5,000 lbs. from their quarter-acre garden located near the jail.
  • What You Can Do

  • Locate your closest food bank, find out what hours they are open, and take garden and other food donations to them. Most food banks are only open for limited hours.
    • Donate food to food drives sponsored by reputable organizations such as the Boy Scouts, US Postal Service, churches, and food banks.
    • Help collect and transport food to the food banks.
    • Help serve meals at local soup kitchens. Although food programs are not at the root of the real problem, we must realize there are many people going hungry every day.
    • Raise awareness about hunger. Consider the way Spokane�s Community Colleges raised awareness about hunger in Spokane and around the world, by hosting an Oxfam Hunger Banquet in May 2007. At the banquet, approximately 15% of the guests were randomly assigned to an �upper class� group; another 25% to the �middle class�; and 60% to the �lower class.� Each group�s dinner menu reflected their economic status, from a gourmet meal to a simple glass of water and a piece of bread. The goal was to illustrate the unequal distribution of food around the world. Tickets for the event were $2/person or $5/family of three or more. Proceeds benefited the House of Charity in Spokane. (509) 533-8221

    School Psychology Careers, salary of school psychologist.#Salary #of #school #psychologist


    School Psychology Careers

    Salary of school psychologist

    What Is School Psychology?

    A school psychologist is a type of psychologist that works within the educational system to help children with emotional, social and academic issues. The goal of school psychology is to collaborate with parents, teachers, and students to promote a healthy learning environment that focuses on the needs of children.

    School psychology is still a relatively young profession. The National Association of School Psychology (NASP) was established and formally recognized as a doctoral specialty by the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1968.

    In 2002, U.S. News and World Report named school psychology one of the top ten hot professions. Many school psychologists in the field are retiring, creating a demand for qualified school psychologists.

    What Do School Psychologists Do?

    School psychologists work with individual students and groups of students to deal with behavioral problems, academic difficulties, disabilities and other issues. They also work with teachers and parents to develop techniques to deal with home and classroom behavior. Other tasks include training students, parents and teachers about how to manage crisis situations and substance abuse problems.

    According to the National Association of School Psychology (NASP), there are five major areas where school psychologists provide services: (1) consultation, (2) evaluation, (3) intervention, (4) prevention, and (5) research and planning. School psychologists also act as educators by helping others understand more about child development, behavioral problems and behavior management techniques.

    Salary of school psychologist

    While most work in elementary and secondary schools, there are a number of different areas where school psychologists might find employment. Private clinics, hospitals, state agencies, and universities are possible sectors of employment. Some school psychologists also go into private practice and serve as consultants, especially those with a doctoral degree in school psychology.

    How Much Do School Psychologists Typically Earn?

    According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the U.S. Department of Labor, the average salary for a psychologist working in an elementary or secondary school is $58,360. Reschly and Wilson (1995) found that the average salary for a school psychologist in a faculty position was $57,000. The average salary for a practicing school psychologist with a doctoral degree was $51,000, with master s-level professionals earning an average of $40,000 per year.

    What Type of Degree Do School Psychologists Need?

    Two or three years of graduate school is the minimum level of training required by most states. However, each state has different requirements for school psychologists. Eighteen states now require national certification, in which students complete an internship in school psychology. Before you choose a school psychology graduate program, be sure to check the specific licensing requirements in your state.

    What Are the Pros and Cons of a Career in School Psychology?

    Benefits of a Career in School Psychology

    • School psychologists are able to help students succeed.
    • Since most school psychologist work in elementary to secondary school settings, they enjoy a predictable schedule.
    • School psychologists are able to collaborate with a variety of community members, including counselors, teachers, parents, and students.

    Downsides of a Career in School Psychology

    • Difficulties with students or parents can lead to high stress levels.
    • Work-related stress and frustration can lead to burnout.
    • School psychologists often face hectic schedules and an overload of clients.

    Foundation Pipe and Protrusion Leak Repair Kit – Applied Technologies #leak, #water, #basement, #pipe, #conduit, #water #line, #around, #pipe


    Water Pipe and Penetration Leaks Kits

    Stop Leaks Around Conduit, Water Supply Lines, Sewer Pipes and Protrusions with Polyurethane Foam

    Concrete foundations and basements have several penetrations through the walls. These include water supply lines, sewer pipes, conduit and gas lines. These penetrations can allow a direct path for water to leak through. At the time of installation, water plug is used to seal the water out. Over time the bond to the concrete can deteriorate and water will leak in.

    Polyurethane foam injection around the pipe that goes through your concrete basement wall will stop the water leak.

    Hydra Stop 300 Finished Foam

    The liquid Hydra Stop 300 resin expands 20-30x its initial volume.

    Water Leaks Around Conduit, Pipes, Water Lines and Penetrations in Concrete Walls

    All penetrations through a concrete foundation can leak water. That is because when the water line, conduit, sewer pipe or other penetration was installed a hole was drilled all the way through the wall. This hole provides a direct path for water to get into your basement.

    At the time of installation, “water plug” was most likely used to seal these openings. The water plug is like cement and is placed on the inside and outside of the opening around the pipe. Unfortunately, the water plug cannot get more than 2 inches into the opening. There is a void behind it that collects water. Polyurethane foam can be injected into this voide and completely seal the entire void.

    Where to Use the Kit

    This kit can be used on leaking penetrations through concrete walls such as;

    • Around leaking water lines
    • Sewer pipes
    • Electrical conduit that goes through the wall
    • All penetrations through a concrete wall

    The polyurethane foam bonds to concrete, copper, steel, iron and plastic pipes.

    Water Plug Failure Around Pipes and Conduit

    At the time of installation, the penetration was sealed with a product commonly called “water plug.” Water plug is a cement like product that is packed into the gap around the pipe. The installer is unable to get the water plug all the way through concrete wall. Eventually water makes its way into the gap and you see the water leaking down the inside of your basement. Water plug fails because it cannot bind tightly to the surrounding concrete or pipe. The bond fails and water begins to enter. Or, the water plug begins to crumble and crack. Injecting polyurethane into the void will stop the leak.

    Polyurethane Foam Injection to Stop the Water Leak

    A simple repair to stop the water leak can be done by injecting a polyurethane foam into and around the pipe that is leaking. The polyurethane goes in as a liquid and then foams and expands around the pipe. The foam binds tightly to the concrete and the pipe. Once the foam has completely expanded, it will fill the void through the wall all the way through to the outside.

    First a small hole is made in the water plug if it is tight to the concrete wall. An injection port is placed inside this hole. This is how the polyurethane will be injected into the void. After placing the port, the entire area is sealed with Poxy Paste. This ensures that the Hydra Stop 300 polyurethane will not leak out. Finally, the Hydra Stop 300 polyurethane is injected. The total time for the repair is one hour.