officials' signature on claims, warrants, and other official documents
|officials' signature on claims, warrants, and other official documents||
The State Board of Accounts is often asked to approve the use of rubber stamps or other devices for affixing facsimile signatures of public officials on claims, warrants, and other official documents. The decision as to whether or not the number of documents to be signed justifies the use of a rubber stamp or other device for affixing his/her signature must be made by each official. Since each official is responsible for his/her signature, rubber stamp or other signing device should be used only under the closest direction of the official and must be properly safeguarded when not in use.