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Tom Shin, Chief Financial Officer:
The Chief Financial Office is responsible for the oversight of all financial activity for the Department of Corrections. Our programs include Central Accounting, Contracts and Procurement, Budget and Planning, AIC Revenue Generating Activities and AFAMIS Support. Additional areas supported by the Chief Financial Office are:
The Budget Office identifies funding resources and needs, develops the department's budget, and monitors activities that affect the budget. The resources need to support the projected growth in the state prison population, including funds to house and supervise offenders, plus those needed for support and administrative functions.
DOC's Internal Audits facilitates discussions on agency risk and completes an annual risk assessment to help drive audit topics for the year. Internal Audits provides assurance to the agency that processes are working as they should, and if not, makes recommendations for improvement. Internal Audits does this by talking with people, reviewing documentation, compliance, operational, financial, and system-related activities.
Jennifer Black, Assistant Director:
The Office of Communications is responsible for creating and executing communication strategies to provide information about DOC to stakeholders and the public, as well as providing key information to its employees and adults in custody. The office represents the agency to the State Legislature, including information about Department strategy, positions on issues, and testimony. In addition, the office coordinates media activity for the agency and contributes to numerous special projects. The Office of Communications oversees:
Craig Prins, Inspector General:
The Office of the Inspector General provides an oversight function on behalf of the director and deputy director of the Department of Corrections.
The Office of the Inspector General was created in 1990 as recommended by an investigative report to the Governor. The Inspector General has broad responsibility for oversight of suspected, alleged, or actual misconduct within the Department of Corrections, reporting to the director or deputy, and to other officials as required by law and the DOC Code of Conduct. The Office of the Inspector General oversees:
Melanie Doolin, Administrator:
Oregon Corrections Enterprises promotes public safety by providing AICs with meaningful work experience in a self-sustaining organization.
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