Synopsis As Introduced Creates the State Funds Consolidation Act. Creates the State Funds Consolidation Board that shall: (i) review and analyze the current structure of the State's funds held in the State Treasury; (ii) review the Auditor General's finding regarding the excessive number of State funds that are held by the State; (iii) review specific funds to determine if it would be beneficial to the State to consolidate certain funds into existing or new funds; and (iv) report any recommendations to the General Assembly, the State Comptroller, the Governor, and the State Treasurer on an annual basis. Provides for the membership of the Board. Repeals the Act on June 30, 2019. Effective immediately.