The Finance Department provides financial related services to the County and supports the management of the County’s resources.
Audit:Working with external auditors to improve the integrity of the County’s financial reports and records.
Accounts Payable:Paying the County’s bills.
Capital Asset Management:Managing large capital assets.
Budgeting:Assisting the Budget Officer in the creation of an annual budget, and using that budget to control expenditures and support ongoing decision making.
Contracts & Procurement:Assisting in the execution of contracts and major procurement actions.
Financial Monitoring:Monitoring the financial status of the County.
Financial Reporting:Providing financial reports to administrators, other government entities and the general public.
Financial Record Management:Maintenance of financial records in accordance with laws and regulations.
Fund Management:Management of the various County funds.
Grant Management:Assisting in the management of various grants.
Internal Control:Establishing and enforcing sound internal control.
Payroll:Payment of employees.
Key Performance Indicators
The following performance measures are used to insure the department is performing adequately:
Annual Audit Opinion:Clean opinion, with no findings, or only minor findings.
Expenditures:Within budget, in every fund.
Fund Balances:Target balances met or exceeded, with adequate reserves in all funds.
Core Processes:Fully executed and according to schedule.