The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is responsible for the fiscal management, integrity and accountability of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The mission of the OCFO is to provide guidance and oversight of the Department’s budget, financial management, financial operations for all Departmental management and operations, the DHS Working Capital Fund, grants and assistance awards, and resource management systems to ensure that funds necessary to carry out the Department’s mission are obtained, allocated, and expended in accordance with the Department’s priorities and relevant law and policies.
The OCFO is comprised of:
- the Budget Division,
- the Program Analysis & Evaluation Division,
- the Office of Financial Operations Division,
- the Financial Management Division,
- the Risk Management & Assurance Division,
- the Resource Management & Transformation Office,
- Financial Assistance Policy & Oversight,
- the Departmental GAO/OIG Liaison Office,
- the Workforce Development Division, and
- the Cost Analysis Division.
For more information about finding a career in OCFO, visit Careers in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.