Central Services Division (CSD)
CSD ensures sound fiscal management, operations, information technology and research, and payroll services for the agency.
- The Financial Services Section provides accounting services for the agency, including accounts payable and receivable, employee reimbursements, payroll, cashiering, and collections. This section is also responsible for the development, execution, and monitoring of the agency budget, preparing Emergency Board requests, and permanent and temporary position funding for the agency.
- The Information Technology and Research (IT&R) Section designs, develops, and maintains the agency’s information technology applications and infrastructure. In addition, the section collects, researches, analyzes, and reports data for internal and external use.
- The Operations Section offers expertise in all areas related to the solicitation, development, and execution of purchases, contracts, and agreements. The section also provides mail services and telecommunications support, manages inventory, and helps with all other building-related needs.
- The Records Management Program oversees the management of non-permanent agency records in all formats (paper, electronic, audio/video, etc.). DCBS records are an important agency resource, containing information to make and document decisions, formulate policy, provide evidence of fiscal transactions, and help define legal rights and obligations of citizens and government agencies.