The Office of the Comptroller (OTC) provides timely recording, classifying and reporting of all financial transactions of the City.
The Office of the Comptroller (OTC) consists of three core divisions: Fiscal Operations, Grants Administration, and Treasury Services. Responsibilities include timely recording, classifying and reporting of all financial transactions of the City. The City maintains a decentralized organizational structure where each department has the authority to pay and meet vendor obligations for non-payroll disbursements. They also have authority to issue their own debtors invoices and credit notes, record receivables, collect on accounts, credit accounts, and follow up on outstanding invoices.
The City is required to post this disclosure regarding Independent Registered Municipal Advisor (I.R.M.A.) Exemption.
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Previous reports may be obtained by contacting our office.
The Fiscal Operations Division is responsible for the management, monitoring, and disbursements of the City's cash payments and for processing the payroll for over 6,000 City employees and 1,500 of its retirees. It facilitates payment to vendors through a decentralized accounts payable process. This division is comprised of the following functions:
Grants Administration Division (GAD) provides grant accounting and financial reporting support to City departments and to Community Based Organizations (CBO), not-for-profit organizations free of charge. It is an integral part of the annual audit of grants awarded to the City. Suppose you have an idea or a project that needs funding, GAD will guide you through the easy steps to take your grant idea to a completed application. Before you or the GAD begin researching funding opportunities for your Department, identify the type of funding you need. The GAD will focus on grant searches to identify funding opportunities specifically to meet your Department's needs.
The City of El Paso subscribes to eCivis Grants Locator, a searchable grants database. eCivis has data tailored to meet the needs of City Departments. If you wish to participate, please print and complete the eCivis Agreement Form. GAD utilizes the locator to identify funding opportunities that best match to Departments’ identified funding needs. City Departments may designate a staff person to have direct access to eCivis Grants Locator by calling (915) 212-1795.
For more details about what grants are, how to obtain them, and what services you have available to you review the Grants Management Policy and Standard Operating Procedures.
As a recipient of Federal financial assistance and under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes, the City ensures that no person shall on the grounds of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any City programs or activities.
Treasury Services Division (TSD) is responsible for managing the City’s investments in accordance with state law, City ordinances, debt covenants, the City Investment Policy and the Debt Policy. This Policy is adopted annually by the City Council. The TSD is also responsible for:
The City of El Paso encourages vendors to utilize the City's electronic form of payment. Please refer to Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing Department for more information about Vendor forms.
We will notify the payer via a letter within 2 days after the NSF check is received. The payer has ten (10) business days after receipt of the letter to respond to the City. The payer may submit the payment (money order or cashier's check) via US Mail to TSD attention. If in-person, the payer must go to the TSD for the information to take to the City Cashier's Office. Payer may pay cash, cashier's check or money order to the City Cashier's Office and deliver a copy of the receipt to the TSD for NSF check disposition. At no time will departments accept payments to clear NSF checks without prior TSD approval.
The City of El Paso reports all unclaimed property to the State per the reporting guidelines provided in Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Unclaimed Property, a Division of the Texas Comptroller. Any person possessing a legal or beneficial interest in the unclaimed property may obtain information concerning the unclaimed property by following the steps listed below:
There are several important policies that our division manages: