Office of Fiscal Management (Finance)
The mission of the Office of Fiscal Management (Finance) is to establish and maintain the financial controls necessary to safeguard the assets of the Network in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and applicable laws; to manage and accurately report Network financial transactions through our Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system; to develop reporting tools and support internal and external stakeholders so they can have the information they need to make data driven decisions and achieve their goals.
To be efficient, accurate and knowledgeable problem solvers who ensure the maximum benefit of public funds.
- F – Fiscally Responsible
- I – Integrity
- N – Negotiators
- A – Accountable
- N – Nimble
- C – Customer Focused
- E – Excellence
The DWIHN Office of Fiscal Responsiblity has several functions including:
Accounting – Accumulates and reports on the financial position of DWIHN.
Accounts Payable – Processes all DWIHN’s payments outside of payroll.
Auditing and Grants – Provides oversight of the financial reporting process, audit process, DWIHN’s system of internal controls and compliance with laws and regulations.
Budget – Provides a framework for managing DWIHN’s assets, cash flows, income and expenses.
Financial Systems – Maintains a financial management system with strong internal controls and for monitoring compliance with those controls to ensure the integrity of DWIHN’s financial information and the safety of its assets.
Fiscal Informatics and Analytics – Assists in establishing and enhancing data driven and data informed operational and management strategies, methods, processes and systems. Manages and coordinates analytics and informatics projects related to cost and utilization, revenues, eligibility and other financial and risk related data.
Payroll – Ensures that DWIHN pays its employees accurately and timely.
Purchasing and Procurement – Manages and coordinates the acquisition of goods and services, including requisition processing, commodity code tracking, and bid specifications, also assists with contract management and the issuance of purchase orders.
DWIHN accepts quotations only when there is a current need. To view current solicitations for major contracts you must register with Michigan Intergovernmental Trade Network (MITN) at http://www.mitn.info and download the Invitations for Bids (IFBs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQs). Registration on MITN is Free to obtain bid information.