Competence center for federal cash and accounting

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Competence center for federal cash and accounting
- KKR -

State level Federation
Supervisory authority Federal Ministry of Finance
founding January 1, 2006
Headquarters Bonn , North Rhine-Westphalia
Web presence

The Competence Center for Federal Treasury and Accounting (KKR) is a federal authority within the portfolio of the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF) of the Federal Republic of Germany . Since January 1, 2016, the competence center and the federal treasury have been integrated into the General Customs Directorate.

On January 1, 2006, the KKR was founded as the successor to the Federal Main Treasury. The KKR reports directly to the President of the Federal Finance Directorate West.

The KKR acts as the central treasurer of the two federal treasuries in Trier and Halle (Saale) . In addition, the federal authority is responsible for the preparation of the budget and asset accounts for the Federal Ministry of Finance and the management of title accounts. In addition, the KKR handles payment transactions for the federal coffers with the Deutsche Bundesbank and Postbank . Furthermore, the use of the automated procedure for budget, cash and accounting as well as the sub-procedures for budget receipts is planned and controlled.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Homepage. Retrieved June 4, 2019 .