Administration Program

The Administration Program consists of the Administration Division or Director's Office. The Director's Office is responsible for the overall financial administration of all county operations and has financial oversight responsibilities. It provides a wide range of countywide support activities designed to ensure fiscal responsibility. Activities include internal audits and monitoring the adequacy of internal controls. It also provides both administrative and personnel support to the department.
Read below to learn more about goals, objectives and how the program measures success.

Goal #1: Enable all divisions within the department to provide timely, accurate and comprehensive financial reporting.


Objectives

  • Provide timely and accurate financial reports.
  • Submit timely and complete information to meet external audit requirements.

Success Measures


Goal #2: Strengthen and support the professionalism and skills of our workforce.

Objectives

  • Improve employee satisfaction
  • Conduct department-wide employee training

Success Measures


Goal #3: Protect the County's assets by ensuring that effective internal controls are in place through building understanding and awareness, and by identifying & strengthening the effectiveness of internal control systems.

Objectives

  • Collaborate with all departments to strengthen our system of internal controls (Control Environment and Communication & Information)
  • Inventory, review and analyze high risk processes identified by management (Risk Assessment)
  • Identify "Top 10" processes to strengthen & document (Control Activities)
  • Audit the effectiveness of existing/newly revised system of internal controls (Monitoring)

Success Measures


Goal #4: Effectively manage County assets through preparation and maintenance of perpetual inventory of all owned, leased, rented or county-controlled lands and equipment.

Objectives

  • Input and reconcile all real property in the County's database systems.
  • Obtain and scan all supporting real property documentation (i.e. leases, deeds, executive orders, etc.) into the County's database system.

Success Measures