FinanceThe Finance Department coordinates effective and prudent management of the County’s financial resources in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and NC State statutes, financial reporting, budget, accounts payable, payroll, investments, and purchasing.

Workload Measures 2018/2019
Number of Accounts Payable checks issued:
Number of Voided Accounts Payable checks:
Number of Payroll checks issued: 
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Number of Journal Entries and Adjustments: 
Receipts issued:
Number of total expenses for General Fund and all other funds:
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Updated 7/18/2018


GOALSPROGRESS
To increase current levels of efficiency, Finance will cross train staff in order to have at least two people provide backup for each dutyPayroll, and BudgetingIn Progress
To provide options for departments to handle expenses, Finance will explore and evaluate how P-Cards could be implemented within Alamance County GovernmentIn Progress
To increase finance best practices, Finance will hold 4 seminars to address topics including: Accounts Payable, Cash Management, Payroll, and BudgetingIn Progress
To support employees, Finance will provide open office hours once a month for departments to drop in and ask questions regarding MunisIn Progress
To preserve historical records, Finance will scan earnings records for 1989, 1990, and 1993In Progress
To ensure incorporation of best practices, Finance will evaluate policies and provide recommended changes to the Board and/or County Manager. In Progress
To provide assistance to departments, Finance will offer at least four Kronos refresher courses for employeesIn Progress
To ensure efficiency, Finance will create procedures for finance department functionsIn Progress
To increase fiscal responsibility, Finance will offer a training session for Volunteer Fire Departments to better understand budgeting, purchasing, and state requirementsIn Progress
To support outside agencies who receive funding from the county, Finance will offer scheduled trainings in January that encompass fiscal best practices and state and federal guidelinesIn Progress