Chief Financial Officer Branch
The Chief Financial Officer Branch (CFOB) is the departmental focal point of accountability to ensure rigorous stewardship of resources and managing for results. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides the Minister, Deputy Minister, Associate Deputy Minister and the Departmental Executive with strategic advice on efficiency of expenditures and value-for-money, as well as anticipating and promoting future trends. The CFO reports directly to the Deputy Minister and is a key member of Health Canada's Senior Management Board. The CFO is also the lead executive with Central Agencies for overall financial management, with a functional reporting relationship to the Comptroller General of Canada.
The CFOB provides the necessary enabling frameworks, policies, systems, and best practices and tools to support program management and operations. It also ensures prudence and probity in compliance with government policies and regulations. The Branch also:
- Provides department-wide coordination and direction for Integrated Risk Management;
- Enhances performance measurement and reporting; and
- Provides leadership, monitors and reports on the overall implementation of the government's Management Accountability Framework (MAF).
The Branch comprises the following existing organizational units:
- Departmental Performance Measurement and Evaluation Directorate
- Departmental Resource Management Directorate
- Financial Operations Directorate
- Internal Control Division
- Materiel and Assets Management Directorate
- Planning and Corporate Management Practices Directorate
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