STATE OF CALIFORNIA í CONTROLLER’S OFFICE
STD. 699 (REV. 12/2011)
(Reverse of Employee copy)
PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY
1. To enroll in Direct Deposit, complete this form as follows:
Complete Sections A, B and C if you are enrolling for the first time, re-enrolling after cancellation, or changing your existing Direct
Complete Section A and D only if you are cancelling your enrollment.
Section A — (Item 1) Type of Enrollment Action
New–Complete for new enrollment or re-enrollment after cancellation
Change–Complete to change type of account, financial institution or branch (routing number), or depositor account number
Cancel–Complete to cancel your Direct Deposit
Section B —
(Item 2) Enter Routing Number (cannot begin with a ‘5’ and cannot exceed 9 digits)
(Item 3) Enter Depositor Number (cannot exceed 17 digits)
PLEASE VERIFY YOUR DEPOSITOR ACCOUNT NUMBER AND
ROUTING NUMBER WITH YOUR FINANCIAL INSTITUTION.
2. Forward your completed form to your personnel/payroll office for completion of Section E.
3. Your first payment will be deposited into your designated account within 40 days after your form is received by the Controller’s Office.
DIRECT DEPOSIT POSTING DATES
Funds for positive pay employees paid with a lag between the end of the pay period and pay day are available within two banking days after the
issue date of the payment on the direct deposit earnings statement.
While most financial institutions post funds to accounts at the beginning of the bank business day, this is not a universal practice. Some
institutions post funds in the afternoon instead of the morning. It is strongly recommended that you check with your financial institution to
determine when your funds will be available.
Your Direct Deposit will continue to be deposited into your designated account at your financial institution until the State Controller’s Office is
notified that you wish to redesignate your account and/or your financial institution. To redesignate, complete and submit a new STD. 699 with
the new information. DO NOT CLOSE YOUR OLD ACCOUNT UNTIL YOUR FIRST PAYMENT IS DEPOSITED INTO YOUR NEWLY
DESIGNATED ACCOUNT AND/OR
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION. Your first payment into your new account will be within 40 days after your
form is received by the Controller’s Office. You may receive a paper warrant during this period.
The Information Practices Act of 1977 (Civil Code Section 1798.17) and the Federal Privacy Act (Public Law 93-579) require that this notice be
provided when collecting personal information from individuals. Information requested on this form is used by the State Controller’s Office for the
purposes of identification and enrollment processing. It is mandatory to furnish all information requested on this form except for financial
institution name, address and branch number or name. Failure to provide the mandatory information may result in the enrollment action not
being processed or being processed incorrectly.
Legal references authorizing maintenance of this information include Government Code Sections 1151 and 1153, Sections 6011 and 6051 of the
Internal Revenue Code, and Regulation 4, Section 404.1256, Code of Federal Regulations, under Section 218, Title II of the Social Security Act.
Copies of the Enrollment Authorization are maintained in confidential files of the State Controller’s Office for six years. Employees have the right
of access to copies of their Enrollment Authorization forms upon request. The official responsible for maintenance of the forms is: Chief of
Personnel/Payroll Operations Branch, State Controller's Office, P.O. Box 942850, Sacramento, California 94250-5878.
(Item 1) Indicate checking OR savings. Only one box must be checked. If left blank, will be processed as checking.
Funds for regular monthly or semi-monthly employees paid on the last day of the pay period should be available the first banking day after the
end of the pay period. For example, if the pay period ends on a Wednesday, funds should be available on Thursday. If the pay period ends on
a Friday, a weekend, or a holiday, funds should be available on the next banking day.
CHANGING FINANCIAL INSTITUTION OR DEPOSITOR ACCOUNTS
Section C —
According to National Clearing House Association Operating Rules, effective September 18, 2009, you are not
allowed to forward 100% of your net payment to a financial institution outside of the United States (U.S.). If 100% of
the net deposit is being sent outside the jurisdiction of the U.S., you are no longer allowed to participate in the Direct
Deposit program and must cancel your enrollment. A paper warrant will be issued to you effective the month the
cancellation is processed.
For new/change enrollments, please mark the box indicating you are aware of this requirement and are not sending
100% of the net deposit outside the jurisdiction of the U.S.