Finance

1st Quarter Performance Report


Hakeem Oshikoya
The Fulton County Finance Department serves as a central point through which all revenues and disbursements of the general Fulton County Government are channeled. This department manages the County's debt and investment portfolio, risk management and internal audit.

Performance Measures


Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal: Percentage of contract solicitations received, reviewed and response provided within two business days 
Target: 100%
Comments:
Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal: Percentage of invoices paid within 2 weeks of department approval
Target: 90%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal: Percentage of customers who indicate their expectations were met when receiving service from the Department
Target: 75%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal: Percentage of financial reports filed within the Grantors deadline
Target: 92%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal:  Investment return relative to benchmark market rate 
Target: 95%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County's financial performance is improving.
Goal:  Percentage of quarterly statutory filings completed on time
Target: 95% 
Comments: 

Total Obligations* vs Budget, Operations and Personnel
(Figures include Funds 100, 201, 301, 307 and 725)
Department
Total Obligations* vs Budget
(Figures include Funds 100, 201, 301, 307 and 725)
Programs
* Total obligations are the sum of expenditures and encumbrances.