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The Accounting and Budget Department plans and accounts for the county’s finances. The county budget and projects are managed; accurate and timely reports are generated to facilitate prudent financial management and decision making. Financial transactions are recorded in accordance with professional standards and county policy and procedures. Both budget and actual transactions are reported in compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements. The department ensures the county maintains a system of internal controls and oversees the internal audits. The department tracks and disposes of fixed assets. Grants are administered through the grant module.


  • Produce county’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) and other financial reports
  • Oversight of internal and external audits
  • Oversight of cash receipting and accounts receivables of funds for the majority of miscellaneous accounts due to the county
  • Accounting for assets and projects
  • Oversight of grant process and financials reporting for grants


  • Prepare the county’s budget adhering to statutory deadlines and produce the biennial budget book meeting state and national award criteria for excellence in budgeting
  • Quarterly budget reviews with all departments to monitor budget to actual variances
  • Forecast and monitor major revenue sources, property and gross receipts taxes
  • Review fiscal impact reports for all agenda items taken to the Board of County Commissioner


  • Coordinate fixed assets and surplus items in accordance with administrative instructions and state laws
  • Manage the disposal of surplus that can be recycled providing additional resources for the county
  • Conduct and manage the online public surplus web auctions for county surplus property sales
  • Perform state mandated physical inventories of all county fixed assets annually
  • Administer and maintain the county’s online internal reallocation


  • Financial Data Schedule (FDS) reporting is submitted to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development on an annual basis and is provided to Accounting as part of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
  • Provide Housing financials, reconciliations, budget, and supplemental information to Accounting and Budget as required, by meeting timelines


  • Ensure accurate payroll processing and reporting
  • Processes payroll and payroll deductions on a biweekly basis, among other payroll functions such as Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) reporting and processing W2s

ID Objective Status Accomplished Date


Centralize and train oversight of the cash receipts function




Oversee development of replacement schedules for fleet




Develop long range forecasting schedule for general fund




Oversee development of replacement schedules for building maintenance




Oversee development of replacement schedules for Information Technology (IT)




Develop long range forecasting schedule for Solid Waste




The Matrix is used during the Build Foundation and Developing Framework phases of the performance reporting process. While developing the Matrix the mission, services, projects, and performance measures are reviewed, updated, and/or established for the upcoming cycle. The Meeting Agenda and Industry Research are used during the Analyze & Review phase of the performance reporting process. The Meeting Agenda tracks questions and follow up items addressed during the DCM Performance Meetings, while the Industry Research is reviewed for industry trends and benchmarking opportunities.   

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