The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for ensuring sound financial stewardship as well as providing value-added analyses that provide insight into the financial implications of program decisions. CFO activities include accounting operations and reporting, managerial cost accounting, budget formulation and execution, financial systems and management, and internal controls. The CFO oversees the operations of three divisions (Accounting, Budget, and Financial Systems) and an Internal Controls Manager.
The Accounting Office focuses on the AOC's financial matters by providing direction, planning, and oversight for financial policy and procedures, financial reporting, the management control program, accounting policy and systems, and audit follow-up. It is made up of the following branches:
The Budget Office is responsible for:
Financial Systems Office
The Financial Systems Office performs implementations of new financial systems and maintains the systems after implementation, including: