The Chief Fiscal Officer (CFO) manages the financial activity of the Municipality of Anchorage to provide accurate and timely financial information for strategic planning, management and decision support to the Mayor, elected officials and general public.
Departments managed by the CFO
MOA 2011 Efficiency Study Report
The Municipality of Anchorage hired CH2M Hill to provide recommendations on whether the Municipality could be more efficient in the delivery of many of our O&M functions. The scope of the project included fleet maintenance, facility maintenance, streets, grounds, Parks and Recreation and Project Management and Engineering.
CH2M Hill collaborated with Municipal staff to evaluate our current processes and functions. Municipal performance was compared against industry best practices and benchmarks. The report identifies opportunities for improvement. View the MOA 2011 Efficiency Study and attachments:
2013-2018 Six Year Fiscal Program
The Municipality of Anchorage recognizes the importance of financial planning beyond the next budget year. The 2013-2018 Six Year Fiscal Program focuses on key issues related to present and future public services, fiscal policies and capital improvement and also presents options of addressing future fiscal requirements.
The 2013-2018 Six Year Fiscal Program begins with Mayor Dan Sullivan's Six Year Strategic Plan, Vision, Mission, Values and Goals. After a discussion of the local economy and historic financial trends, fiscal projections and strategies are presented. This year the Mayor provided the Assembly with two financial budget scenarios, Plan A and Plan B, to assist them in making their decision about how to use property tax revenues.
View the Mayor's 2013-2018 SIX YEAR FISCAL PROGRAM (pdf)
Forensic Audit - Wheeler Report
Summary of findings of MRW Consulting Group, LLP relating to an independent forensic audit of financial matters referenced in reports prepared for the Municipal Assembly by the Municipal Attorney for the Municipality of Anchorage are available for review: