Budget and Analysis Unit
Under the direction of the Assistant County Executive Officer, management analysts in the CEO’s Budget & Analysis unit serve as the County Executive Officer’s liaison to the County’s 18 departments. Responsibilities are generally organized by functional area, like Public Safety & Justice, Health & Human Services, and Community Resources & Infrastructure.
As the County Executive Officer’s liaison, the Management Analyst serves as budget analyst for assigned departments, reviews and approves all Board of Supervisors agenda items and deals with all of the department’s fiscal, policy, management and personnel issues that require the attention of the County Executive Office. Analysts also work on special projects or issues, including facilities planning and construction, policy analysis, management and organizational studies and community relations.
Napa County's fiscal year runs July 1 through June 30. The County Executive Office prepares and recommends a budget to the Board of Supervisors, usually in May. The Board reviews and holds public hearings on the budget and either requests changes or approves the Final Budget. After each fiscal year, the Auditor-Controller is responsible for managing the annual audit, which is performed by an outside auditor. Once the audit is complete, the Auditor-Controller and the CEO present the Board with the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, or CAFR. Together, the Final Budget and the CAFR represent the "plan" and the "actual" for the year.
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