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    The Financial Control and Reporting division creates, compiles, and issues interim and year-end financial statements, along with other Federal, State, and County reports; facilitates subsequent audits by the Office of the Auditor General and outside CPA firms; monitors accounting transactions for compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and applicable laws; and maintains various elements of the County's financial system, including the records for the County's capital assets.

    Description of Services

    Financial Control & Reporting ensures that interim and year-end financial statements are compiled and issued for Pima County, several departments, and other organizational units. The subsequent audit of financial statements by the Office of the Auditor General and other outside CPA firms are also validated with this division.

    The Division is also responsible for performing analyses and recommendations of rates used internally by the County.

    Departments, funds, and organizational units currently audited separately from the County's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report include:
    • Department of Regional Wastewater Reclamation
    • Stadium District
    • Department of Development Services
    • Self Insurance Trust Fund
    • Health Benefits Trust Fund
    • Office of Emergency Management Radio System 
    • Superintendent of Schools, School Reserve Fund
    • Southwest Fair Commission

    Financial Control & Reporting is also responsible for the compilation, filing, and subsequent audits of several Federal, State, and County reports.  Some of the reports include:  
    • Expenditure Limitation Report
    • Indirect Cost Allocation Report
    • CFO/Landfill Assurance Financials

    In addition, the division maintains various elements of the County's financial system, to include the reconciliation of property and other tax revenues with the records of the County Treasurer and County and departmental capital assets, in compliance with applicable policies, procedures, laws, and regulations.

    Program Goals and Objectives

    • To meet the December 31st deadline for submitting the County's audited Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
    • To issue audited financial statements for Regional Wastewater Reclamation, Stadium District, Development Services, Self Insurance Trust Fund, Health Benefits Trust Fund, and Office of Emergency Management Radio System by October 31.
    • To complete annual calculation of the indirect cost allocation for County budgets by January 15.


    This division is located at 33 N. Stone Ave. 6th floor, Tucson, AZ 85701.

    Division Staff

    Staff Member Position
    Blanca Rossetti Division Manager
    Claudia Owens Supervisor
    Pete Rodriguez Supervisor
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    Finance and Risk Management

    97 E. Congress St.
    Tucson, Arizona 85701

    (520) 724-3126

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