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Fiscal Management Division - Responsibilities

The Fiscal Management Division of the Office of State Tax Commissioner is the department’s center for business transactions. It plans, develops, recommends, implements and enforces accounting and budgeting policies and guidelines for the Department. It consists of the Accounting and Procurement sections.

Acting as the department’s center for business transactions, the Accounting section prepares the Office of State Tax Commissioner’s executive budget request, prepares legislative testimony, prepares the department’s internal budget, and monitors and reports on budget performance. This section maintains the revenue accounting records for the department, assists with biennial revenue estimates, processes all expenditure accounting transactions, processes the department payroll and related reports, monitors and ensures accuracy of electronic payment activity, maintains inventory control of all fixed assets, and analyzes and forecasts expenditures. All tax payments made to the department are recorded by this section which also prepares reports and financial statements for state-wide consolidated reporting, management information and auditing purposes. This section is also responsible for coordinating audits on the department by the State Auditor’s office.

The Procurement Section procures services and equipment for the Department. This section prepares and coordinates bids for proposals or services, contracts, service agreements for equipment, and coordinates leases for equipment and office space. This section monitors contracts for updating or renewal and for compliance with State Procurement rules and regulations. This section coordinates rearrangements of staff, equipment, telephone and/or IT connections, coordinates air travel arrangements for employees, and coordinates department-wide training needs for the Department. 

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Fiscal Management Division - Responsibilities

The Fiscal Management Division of the Office of State Tax Commissioner is the department’s center for business transactions. It plans, develops, recommends, implements and enforces accounting and budgeting policies and guidelines for the Department. It consists of the Accounting and Procurement sections.

Acting as the department’s center for business transactions, the Accounting section prepares the Office of State Tax Commissioner’s executive budget request, prepares legislative testimony, prepares the department’s internal budget, and monitors and reports on budget performance. This section maintains the revenue accounting records for the department, assists with biennial revenue estimates, processes all expenditure accounting transactions, processes the department payroll and related reports, monitors and ensures accuracy of electronic payment activity, maintains inventory control of all fixed assets, and analyzes and forecasts expenditures. All tax payments made to the department are recorded by this section which also prepares reports and financial statements for state-wide consolidated reporting, management information and auditing purposes. This section is also responsible for coordinating audits on the department by the State Auditor’s office.

The Procurement Section procures services and equipment for the Department. This section prepares and coordinates bids for proposals or services, contracts, service agreements for equipment, and coordinates leases for equipment and office space. This section monitors contracts for updating or renewal and for compliance with State Procurement rules and regulations. This section coordinates rearrangements of staff, equipment, telephone and/or IT connections, coordinates air travel arrangements for employees, and coordinates department-wide training needs for the Department. 

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