The Internal Business department is responsible for all internal financial matters including but not limited to performing specialized administrative functions to support programs funded by the State, Federal and Local entities, monitor office compliance with Board policies, administrative regulations, California Education Code, and the California School Accounting Manual. Our Team offers support to all internal programs and to local school districts and local JPAs. Internal Business is divided into four units which provide distinct but integrated services.
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The Internal Budgeting and Accounting unit is responsible for the development, adoption, and revision of County Office budgets, assisting internal departments in fiscal matters and the reporting to state, federal and local agencies. Accounting and reporting for special funds and JPAs also falls within our scope of services. Our team’s main focus lies in ensuring compliance with fiscal policies and statutory requirements, including the planning and execution of the budget process.
Accounts payable is responsible for the encumbrances of expenditures and the audit and processing of payments to all vendors and contractors. It complies with regulations established by IRS, State Board of Educations and other agencies for all vendor payments.
Adult Education, Curriculum, SELPA, Student Well Being Maria Muñoz
Alternative Ed., Imperial Pathways Charter, Special Ed., Support Services Melissa Redden
ECEP, Migrant Yolanda Esquivez
Business, Cabinet, Credentialing, Facilities, Human Resources, Leading & Learning, Maintenance & Operations, Technology Services
The payroll staff processes the monthly salary payments for all persons employed in programs operated by the County Office. Additionally, the department processes payments to vendors for retirement 403(b) and 457 plans, and other voluntary deductions authorized by the individual employee. This department also serves as the Liaison and reporting agent to Federal and State Tax agencies, PERS and STRS retirement agencies and other local agencies.
Accounts receivable is responsible for all collections and deposits of money owed to the County Office. It is also responsible for tracking all invoices issued by internal departments.
The Technology Training Specialist focuses on providing technology trainings for ICOE staff. Topics range from basic computer skills to specific applications such as cloud based services and financial systems. He is also responsible for generating training material and supplemental multimedia resources that can be beneficial to the daily functions of ICOE employees.
ICOE Business Services
701 North La Brucherie
El Centro, CA 92243