Bureau of Revenue Management
Our mission is to maximize funding opportunities, provide courteous, efficient, and timely education and technical support to our customers while conforming to all federal regulations, laws, and state statutes.
The Financial Management Office (Three Units)
- Manages a variety of federal, state, local, and private foundation grants
- Works collaboratively with the Program Offices, Budget Office, and county health departments (CHDs) to ensure that Central Office is maximizing and properly administering the funds in accordance with the terms and condition of the grant award
- Reports accurately and timely how the grant funding was spent from the time a grant award is received, until the grant is closed out
- Helps to provide a variety of public health services to the citizens of the state of Florida
Revenue Reporting and Recieving Unit
- The Cash Receipts Section is responsible for management, research and ensuring that Central Office's Electronic Funds Transfers (EFTs)/Automated Clearing House (ACH) and other receipts are recorded timely and accurately.Â
- The Journal Transfer Receipts and Letter of Credit (LOC) Section manage letter of credit (LOC) draws to provide adequate cash for the federal grants trust fund based on U.S. Department of Treasury regulations and procedures including Cash Management Improvement Act (CMIA) and other state and federal guidelines.
Financial Reporting Unit
The Financial Reporting Unit is responsible for accurate and timely reporting relating to the Schedule of Expenditure of Federal Awards (SEFA) and Cash Management Improvement Act (CMIA).
The Office of Compliance, Audit, Training, and Systems Management (CATS)
- Coordinating and negotiating the department Indirect Cost Allocation Plan
- Securing annually approved indirect rates
- Serves as the E-business point of contact/compliance officer to federal agencies involving Federal Single Audit Act/OMB Circular A-133 Compliance
- Serves the numerous online federal reporting systems
- Handles implementation of changes in federal regulations
- Provides trainings and develops policies for complying with regulations and state laws
- Serves as an expert in federal grants regulations, policies and procedures to department executive leaders, grant program administrators and staff
- Coordinates all OMB A-133 compliance audits, audit resolutions, corrective actions, technical and operational reviews performed by the state Auditor General and federal auditors
- Performs regulatory and financial closeout analysis, initiates final federal closeout documentation to purge old grants from the federal systems, clears up outstanding funds issues internally and externally
Florida has a very broad public records law. Most written communications to or from state officials regarding state business are public records available to the public and media on request. Your e-mail communications may therefore be subject to public disclosure.
Bureau of Revenue Management
4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin B-20
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
(850) 488-2519 facsimile