The Division employs 62 people in Juneau.
For the past few years, the division has been focused on the replacement of the aging statewide systems AKSAS and AKPAY with Integrated Resource Information System (IRIS) in a multi-year project completed in early 2017.
The Division of Finance provides accounting, payroll, and travel services to State government. This mission is accomplished by operating and maintaining:
The replacement of the statewide accounting system with IRIS, the Integrated Resource Information System, was implemented in July 2015. IRIS is used to make payments to vendors and grantees, and serves as the general ledger and budgetary control for the State.
The replacement of the statewide payroll system with IRIS, the Integrated Resource Information System, was implemented in January 2017. IRIS is used to make payments to employees.
ALDER, a data warehouse reporting system provides authorized employees access to data from IRIS, AKSAS, AKPAY, and Workplace Alaska.
A comprehensive website containing policies, procedures, forms, worksheets, FAQs, and other tools that help employees understand and follow State rules applicable to financial, payroll, and travel processes.
A statewide One Card payment program for travel and procurement purchases.
The E-Travel Program that serves the Executive Branch with travel arrangements made by a contract travel agency.
The State Single Audit Coordinator Office reviews and distributes grant recipient audits to State agencies annually.
In addition, the Division publishes Checkbook Online and prepares the Statewide Single Audit Report, the Statewide Cost Allocation Plan, the Compensation and Travel Report of Executive Positions, the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, and various tax returns and reports.