BUDGET


ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE CORRECTIONS
BUDGET OFFICE

ARTHUR SMITH
Budget Manager
1624 West Adams Street | Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Telephone: (602) 542-0461 | Facsimile: (602) 542-4992

The Budget Office is responsible for the development and management of the Department's budget.

The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) operations are funded by the State General Fund, earnings from the State's Permanent Land Fund, Education (K-12 Basic State Aid), the Criminal Justice Enhancement Fund, county contributions to Local Cost Sharing Fund, and several other federal grants and non-appropriated funds. See here for the FY 2017 Appropriations Report, ADJC Agency Detail.

An annual budget request is submitted to the Governor’s Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting (OSPB). After the budget is enacted, the Budget Office is in charge of the allocation and monitoring/analysis of expenditures, compliance with legislative and executive intent, and ensuring the Department’s adherence to the budgeted amount. This involves collaboration with ADJC Human Resources on position control and with the ADJC Business and Finance Bureau, tracking expenditures and developing processes to improve financial operations. It also involves forecasting revenues and submitting financial reports to OSPB.

The Budget Office advises the Director’s Office and works with other executive staff on all budget matters affecting the department, while serving as the department’s liaison with the OSPB, Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC), Arizona Department of Administration Capital Improvement, Business Re-Engineering AriZona (BREAZ), and other budget-related entities or projects.

FY 2018 JLBC Baseline

FY2018 Executive Budget