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About the Office of Financial Management
The Office of Financial Management includes accounting, administrative, audit, budget services, federal cash management, grants management, and MAIN profile and security.
The Office of Financial Management provides central support and coordination of the Department's operations, which totals over $113 million and includes funding from over 69 distinct federal, restricted, and state programs. The Office facilitates the development of the annual agency budget in coordination with the Department of Technology, Management and Budget and the House and Senate Fiscal Agencies. In addition, the Office provides oversight of Department budgets, allotments, revenue, and expenditures.
The Office also is responsible for all accounting and purchasing activities for the Department. This includes disbursing, recording and reporting all grants administered by the Department; collecting federal revenue and miscellaneous cash receipts; developing and securing federally approved indirect cost rates; procuring supplies and equipment; and providing mail and freight services.