The Budget Management office prepares annual Legislative Budget Requests and develops annual operating budgets; assists in the preparation of fiscal impact statements for proposed legislation; monitors budget authority, expenditures and trust fund balances throughout the year; and initiates any interim budget actions necessary to accomplish its goals and objectives. For more information, visit the Florida Fiscal Portal.
Finance and Accounting
The Finance and Accounting section is responsible for financial administration of the Department of Economic Opportunity including the units of Administration, Disbursements, Cash Management/ Reconciliation, Accounting Systems and Policy, and Grant Accounting and Reporting. The Finance and Accounting section also manages the Purchasing Card Program.
The Grants Management section handles all federal and state grants awarded to the department. This section is responsible for ensuring compliance with grant rules and regulations, managing, accounting grant revenues. In addition, this section is responsible for the allocations and financial oversight of sub-awards to the state's regional workforce boards and other sub-recipients.
Financial Monitoring and Accountability
Financial Monitoring and Accountability is responsible for on-site financial monitoring, cost allocation plans, department contract reviews and technical assistance.
General Services focuses on the operational functions of the department. Office responsibilities include property and inventory management; maintenance of department owned buildings; business office lease agreements; purchasing, parking and management of the department's vehicle fleet.
The Facilities Management section manages the day-to-day operations of 14 facilities, which consist of 21 buildings. This section manages the department's vehicles, parking resources and acquires office space to house Department of Economic Opportunity operations.
Purchasing and Contract Administration
The Purchasing and Contract Administration section facilitates the procurement and contract administration of all commodities and contractual services required for the operation of department programs and facilities they support. This section also manages the department's One-Florida Initiative, MyFloridaMarketPlace System Administration, and is responsible for maintaining department contract files and financial information on all contractual services contract.
The Property Management section is responsible for ensuring all department assets are properly identified, accounted for, and legally disposed of. The Property Management section also provides assistance in the following areas: Mail Services, Records Management, Property Insurance Management, Fleet Management, Office Moving and Relocation Services, and Office Product Storage and Delivery Services.
Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management is responsible for all department personnel management issues, including new hires, separations, classifications, organization structure, leave and attendance, payroll, benefits, employee relations, and employee training. The office ensures that all actions are in compliance with the State of Florida Personnel Rules. This office also provides the department's external partners with Human Resources technical assistance. [Statutes: Chapter 110, Florida Statutes]