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Administration and Support Services Program
The Administration and Support Services Program’s functions include policy setting and implementing; public information; internal and external communications; fiscal accountability and recordkeeping; administering privilege tax collection, information technology, staff training, labor relations, commodity purchasing, personal property control, building and equipment leasing, motor pool management, physical plant and building maintenance, mailroom services, central supplies, and printing coordination.
  • The Administration Division, including Human Resources, ensures that the overall policy direction set by the board of commissioners, the Legislature and the governor is carried out.  The executive director sets the tone and the climate to achieve the OLCC’s goals and objectives, and leads the executive team. The division provides the overall framework in which managers and staff work to achieve the OLCC's goals and objectives.  Policy development, guidance, assistance and support to the OLCC's program units are primary functions. The division provides guidance and coordination of legislative activities, direct oversight of Human Resources Division functions, and administrative support to the Board of Commissioners.
  • The Government Affairs and Communications Division is responsible for internal and external agency communications, media relations, print and electronic materials, the agency internal and external websites, and social media. The division also coordinates OLCC legislative activity to ensure Oregon Legislators and other decision-makers are informed about OLCC.  
  • The Management Consulting Services Division Services functions include providing development and/or execution support of agency: strategic planning; performance measurement; steering committees or task forces with external stakeholders.  Statistical analysis, RFP development; research; economic and sales forecasting services also are contributed to the agency.
  • The Administrative Process Division is responsible for the administrative resolution of regulatory enforcement actions, from issuing charge letters to representing the agency at contested case hearings or negotiating settlement of the charged violations. The division is also responsible for adopting, amending, repealing and reviewing administrative rules in compliance with the Administrative Procedures Act.
  • The Administrative Services Unit provides internal services including commodity purchasing and contracting; property control, motor pool, physical plant maintenance, grounds/building maintenance, mail/supply services, and the capital improvements program.
  • Information Services staff support and serve a varied customer base -- including OLCC staff, other agencies, local governments, liquor licensees, permittees, liquor suppliers, liquor agents, and the general public --with various platform and desktop configurations.
  • The Financial Services Division provides fiscal accountability for the OLCC.