The Chief Financial Officer of Business Services in the Douglas County School District has responsibility over multiple departments including Buildings and Maintenance, Custodial Operations, Vehicle Maintenance, Student Transportation, the Student Nutrition Program, Warehousing and the Business Services Departments.
You may navigate to the following departments' web pages by selecting one of the following links: Building & Maintenance, Vehicle Maintenance or Student Transportation.
The Business Services Department itself deals with the more traditional business functions including payroll, accounts payable, budgeting, purchasing and warehousing. In addition, the Business Services Department handles property and liability insurance issues, attendance and enrollment reporting and intra/inter-district student variances.
Business Services also works in connection with the Buildings & Maintenance Department to manage all construction projects, including both small and large projects, from Capital Improvements and General maintenance to major building renovations funded by recent bond funding. This includes all bidding processes and procedures, permitting, design, implementation, contracts and mobilization, and continues through final completion of a project. A designated Project manager assists by managing large Bond funded projects, as well as other projects as directed by the Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer.
Business Services also manages most contractual matters, as well as interlocal agreements and Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) between local public agencies. Business Services is responsible for enrollment audits, financial audits and more, including contributing to Policy and Procedure revisions as related to finance and property.