Department of Finance
The Department of Finance (Finance) serves as the governor’s chief fiscal policy advisor and promotes long-term economic sustainability and responsible resource allocation through the state’s annual financial plan. Finance partners with FI$Cal to ensure the state’s finances and financial policies are implemented consistent with all applicable laws, regulations and state financial standards.
State Controller’s Office
The State Controller’s Office (SCO) is responsible for accountability and disbursement of the state’s financial resources. The Controller also independently audits government agencies that spend state funds, and it administers the payroll system for state government employees and California State University employees and safeguards many types of property until claimed by the rightful owners. SCO partners with FI$Cal to promote financial transparency, integrity and accountability
State Treasurer’s Office
The State Treasurer’s Office (STO) has broad responsibilities and authority in the areas of investment, banking and finance. The Treasurer’s Office offers resources in areas of economic development, housing, education, health, community investment and small business. The STO partners with FI$Cal given its central role as a banker, a leader and a regulator of the financial activities around the state.
Department of General Services
The Department of General Services (DGS) serves as business manager for the state of California. The DGS partners with FI$Cal given its role managing broad, disparate, and critical functions of the state. DGS’s involvement helps shape FI$Cal into a robust purchasing solution that can meet a wide array of needs.
Additional Partner Resources
DGS Broadcast Bulletins
State Administrative Manual (SAM)
Finance Budget Letters
Finance’s FI$Cal Resources for Budget
Finance’s FI$Cal Resources for Accounting and Training Services
SCO Monthly Reports