Financial Office

Financial Office

The Financial Services unit consists of Central Finance, Service Finance, the Legislative Liaison, and Procurement. This unit is under the direction of OIT's Chief Financial Officer.

The most fundamental operational goal for the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the Financial Services Unit is to support OIT and Executive Branch agencies in the delivery of enterprise information technology services from a financial management perspective. In accordance with this oversight responsibility, the CFO oversees all financial activities of OIT and all IT-related financial activities for the Executive Branch and develops and administers the OIT Controls Program, which includes financial planning, budgetary controls, grants management, procurement (purchasing and contracting, contractor compliance, and vendor services), accounting, auditing, and reporting.

Goals and objectives include:

  • Refinement of the OIT Controls Program to maximize information technology spend across the state.

  • Consolidation of enterprise level procurements (OIT Enterprise Agreements).

  • Create Interagency Agreements (see Quick Links for more information).

  • Identification and realization of savings within existing information technology spend.

  • Improvement of financial reporting related to information technology in the state.

  • Increased transparency into IT statewide cost model and billing.