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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.
Find the City of Detroit's Approved FY 2022 - 2025 Four-Year Financial Plan Information on the Financial Reports page here.
Find Department Resources of the OCFO here.
The Detroit Economic Outlook Update for 2020–2026 Executive Summary: August 2021
OCFO Presentation to FRC on DRC 4-26-21
Community Outreach Report for FY2022 - 2025 Mayor's Recommended Four-Year Financial Plan
February 2021 Revenue Estimating Conference - Revenue Estimates Slides
February 2021 Revenue Estimating Conference - Detroit Economic Outlook Slides
2020-101-006A: COVID-19 Restrictions
Department resources available through the City of Detroit OCFO
OCFO Mission, Vision, and Values
PAYS is administered by Wayne County Treasurer’s Office. Program will go in affect after April 15, 2020
OCFO Administrative Issuance System (AIS)
The mission of the Office of the Assessor is to locate, identify, and value at current market conditions all real and tangible personal property in the City of Detroit.
Providing strategic data-driven budget management, planning, and decision support to advance the City’s goals and ensure fiscal stability.
The mission of the Office of the Controller is to establish, maintain and enforce the City’s accounting policies, practices, and procedures.
The mission of the Office of Contracting and Procurement is to support the strategic contracting and procurement of materials, equipment and services that are essential to providing governmental se
The mission of the Office of Departmental Financial Services is to serve as a strategic financial partner to City agencies, and assure the effective management and financial integrity of agency ope
Building public, private partnerships to support City priorities.
The mission of the Office of Financial Planning and Analysis (OFPA) is to perform strategic planning, financial and operational analysis, budget preparation and analysis, and other critical analysi
The mission of the Office of the Treasury is to effectively, timely and accurately collect and record all taxes, special assessments, fees and other monies received by the City of Detroit.
This page contains links to various financial reports for the City of Detroit, including its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, Single Audit, Four-Year Financial Plan (annual budget), and Monthly Financial Reports.
History of the OCFO, including the creation of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) as part of Detroit exiting bankruptcy.