The mission of the Accounting Department is to manage the fiscal operations of the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority and to provide executive management effective decision-making information. The department must strive to achieve this mission by administering a strategic plan that encompasses and supports the core services of the Authority and its Board of Directors. The accounting department is primarily responsible for the maintenance of the general ledger and all subsidiary ledgers; processing and recording all disbursements; verifying and recording all revenues; budget preparation and administration; general accounting: financial reporting and the compilation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR); fixed asset management; processing and recording of all payroll transactions; preparation and distribution of 1099’s; coordination of banking relationships and treasury management; and grants accounting in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Accounting Forms and Financial Reports
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs):
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