Finance Office

Finance Division

The primary mission of the GBI Finance Division is to provide sound, solid advice and financial management to all programs in GBI and the attached agency Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC). The Division is lead by the Fiscal Officer and Treasurer and consists of three main units: Accounting, Budget, and Purchasing. The staff is responsible for all financial transactions involving the agency. Financial transactions include budget development, expenditure monitoring, grant management, account reconciliation, payment processing, cash management, revenue collections, payroll, and purchase orders and bids.

Below is a history of the GBI state general appropriation budget and state authorized position count (CJCC not included).

 


Georgia Bureau of Investigation

Fiscal Year (July1 to June 30) 

General Appropriation Act

Position Count

2012

$62,844,174

706

2011

$60,041,065

731

2010

$62,498,225

777

2009

$76,391,559

842

2008

$73,370,016

834

2007

$64,798,135

813

2006

$61,591,522

815

2005

$57,311,970

829

2004

$61,239,201

845

2003

$66,118,712

881

2002

$65,196,104

844

2001

$61,790,274

816

2000

$59,472,760

813

 

 

Links to other financial websites for Georgia:

Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget

Georgia State Accounting Office

Georgia House Budget Office

Georgia Senate Budget Office

Georgia Transparency in Government

Georgia Stimulus Accountability