Office of the Chief Financial Officer

Overview

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is the centralized financial management organization for the City of Detroit and is led by the CFO’s Office. The role of the CFO’s Office is to ensure the execution of the CFO’s vision and strategy, oversee financial reform and continuous improvements, improve the OCFO’s functions and build capacity throughout OCFO, and improve efficiency and effectiveness across OCFO and the government. 

 

The Mayor and City Council want to hear from You!  What are your priorities for the City’s Budget? What Outcomes are most important to you? What strategies do you think are more important to each outcome? 

Complete the 2020 Budget Priorities Survey to give your input!