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Office of the Comptroller
Second Floor,
Shaw Building
95 Rochford Street
P.O. Box 2000
Charlottetown, PEI
C1A 7N8
Telephone: (902) 368-4040
Facsimile: (902) 368-6661


The Office of the Comptroller's primary responsibility is to operate and maintain the Provincial Government's Corporate Accounting System and to produce the Public Accounts of the Province. It administers the Corporate Procurement Service for departments and other agencies through embracing the principle of competitive procurement. It manages a Corporate Vehicle Fleet Information System and administers the Corporate Computer Leasing Program. It provides support and advice in matters relating to financial management and policy submissions to both Treasury Board and Cabinet. Its primary mission is to streamline accounting processes and present financial statements that are as transparent as possible to the Legislature and the Public.

Accounting
WHAT WE DO
This section is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Province’s corporate accounting system, and the preparation of the financial statements including the year-end Public Accounts. It performs audit and monitoring functions on the financial transactions being submitted by departments for processing in the Province’s financial information system and provides reporting services on those transactions. It coordinates various departmental and central systems for interfacing with the financial system, works with departments to ensure complete information is provided and oversees the operations of the corporate computer lease program.
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Accounts Payable
WHAT WE DO
This section is responsible for the timely and accurate processing of Government payments through a decentralized payment system and the file maintenance of all supporting financial documentation. It provides various administrative functions relating to accounts payable and cheque issuance, and maintenance of the Province’s financial records. Through management and processing, the office also provides for revenue coordination activities pertaining to all Government bank account transactions.
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Financial System Administration
WHAT WE DO
This section is responsible for the support necessary to operate, maintain and establish security over the Government’s corporate financial information system. Through a Helpdesk approach, procedural and functional support is provided to financial system users.
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Procurement
WHAT WE DO
This central section is responsible for the timely and economical procurement of goods and services, the administration and management of the Government’s Corporate Fleet Information System and oversees the negotiation of the Corporate Computer Leasing program.
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This page last updated Thu Jun 30 7:30:25 2016.

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