Finance Home : Financial Services Division
Financial Services is responsible for providing general accounting, systems (technological), accounts payable, and debt service activities to Maricopa County government departments so they can make informed decisions, manage resources, and measure and report results.
The Accounts Payable function is responsible to provide timely payment of services to County departments so they can correctly remit payments to vendors. The services included in this activity are:
Accounts Payable Warrants & Electronic Fund Transfers
Accounts Payable Recorded Financial Transactions
The Capital Asset function is responsible for recording and tracking land, buildings, equipment, machinery, vehicles and infrastructure in accordance to Maricopa County Capitalization Policy. The Capital Asset Management also assists in planning, budgeting, loss control, and provides replacement costs of all countywide controllable assets.
The Collections Unit is responsible for collecting restitution for the court, government agencies, victims and interested parties so they can hold the responsible parties accountable and the appropriate parties can realize financial restitution.The services included in this activity are:
Electronic Document Management Team
The Electronic Document Management Team (EDM) was created in 2006, after legal approval to shred any working documents that the Department of Finance scans and saves electronically. On July 1, 2007 the EDM is the first step in an all electronic work flow environment with payments from other County Departments. Soon the EDM team, along with On Base software will allow the public to view payment history and current bills for their fees with the Collections Unit.
The EDM Team also scans documents for all the divisions within the Department of Finance and has made retrieval of documents easier, and less labor intensive.
ASLAPR Retention Schedule