What We Do
Controls all cash and investments to assure maximum safety, liquidity and yield.
- Collects all revenues and receipts due to the County, including property taxes.
- Conducts tax sales to collect delinquent property taxes.
Processes and/or monitors payments to vendors, employees, or other payees for goods, services, and other liabilities.
Processes bi-weekly payroll for 6,000 employees and monthly payroll for 2,000 retirees.
Certifies availability of funds for payment of liabilities and obligations.
Maintains system of accounts and records for all financial transactions.
Reports results of financial operations using established reporting standards and methods.
Facilitates annual financial audit process.
Supports the legislative process - including composing and reviewing draft resolutions and bills, esp., those involving complex financial issues.
The Risk Management Program administers a comprehensive self-insurance program designed to minimize the County's exposure to risks in the areas of professional, general and automobile liability, fire and casualty losses and workers' compensation.
The Debt Management Program coordinates the issuance of bonds, notes and certificates of participation, at the lowest possible cost, to finance the construction or purchase of capital projects, real estate and equipment and to provide for operating cash needs.
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