Department of Finance and Administrative Services (DFAS) employees aspire to continuously improve and be professional, accountable, effective, responsive, cooperative, and fair, working through transparent processes. DFAS employees are stewards of the City’s assets and maintain the highest levels of integrity and ethics.
The Department of Finance and Administrative Services (DFAS) develops, implements, and continually improves fair, efficient, and transparent systems that acquire, protect, and measure the City’s assets and resources in order to support decision making, and the provision and management of high quality, consistent, safe, accessible, and efficient services delivered in a manner that inspire confidence and trust in government.
The following divisions make up the Finance & Administrative Services Department:
- 311 Citizen Contact Center
The Citizen Contact Center is a centralized call center for the City of Albuquerque that is intended to make life a little easier for Albuquerque citizens.
Responsible for the City's financial reporting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, special assessments and accounting user support.
Oversees the purposes and structure of the City of Albuquerque budget process.
- Enterprise Resource Planning
Provides a variety of business applications to assist in the day-to-day execution and operation of Financial and Human Resource business processes.
- Fleet Management
The basic business of Fleet Management is the repair and maintenance of the City's fleet of vehicles and rolling stock.
- Information Systems
Responsible for the operation of the City's mainframe computer, servers, network, radio, and telephone systems.
Provides material management support to user departments.
- Real Property
Responsible for purchasing and selling land, buildings, right-of-way and easements for the City of Albuquerque.
- Risk Management
Responsible for minimizing the financial consequences of the City's exposure to risk. The services include tort and workers' compensation claims management, loss prevention, employee health, finance, substance abuse, and modified work programs.
Collects taxes and fees, administers and invests monetary assets, and manages the municipal bond program.