Director's Office


The Office of Central Services is headed up by the Office of the Director. The Office of the Director responsible for oversight of both the day-to-day and global operations for the Office of Central Services.

Housed within this office are the following services:
Administrative Support • Budget and Finance • Human Resources • Information Technology • Energy Management Capital Construction • Land Acquisition & Real Property • Arts in Public Places • Contract Compliance Unit

The administrative staff within the Office of the Director supports the Director and Deputy Directors. This staff assists in the execution of day-to-day and special projects by ensuring proper oversight and adherence to County policies and procedures.

Budget and Finance for the Office of Central Services, is primarily responsible for the coordination and management of the agency's general fund, internal service fund, special revenue fund, and capital projects fund. Additionally, this area oversees dimensional budget preparation for the agency, and the implementation and adherence to performance-based management requirements.

The Office of Central Services' Human Re-sources Unit (HRU) has the dual role of managing the human resource needs of OCS personnel, and providing management support to help strategically manage OCS staff and business resources. This includes managing recruitment and hiring of staff, coordinating employee benefits,
supporting training and development strategies, payroll management, and assistance with legal compliance with labor laws.

The Office of Central Services' Technology Unit is responsible for supporting automation, process control, and technology applications for the agency. These applications include, fuel management, fleet preventative maintenance, facilities management work orders, minority business registration and compliance tracking, and warehouse management and reporting systems.

... is managed out of Budget and Finance. The Pro-gram Administrator for the purchasing card program serves as the primary point of contact for the banking institution that issues purchasing cards, and also develops, audits, and enforces county-wide policies.

The Compliance Unit is responsible for monitoring the contracting activity of all agencies that procure
goods and services through the Office of Central Services, as it pertains to:

  • Supplier Utilization Plan Requirements
  • Prevailing Wage Requirements
  • Living Wage Requirements for County Service Contracts
  • First Source & Local Hiring Agreements
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