The Administrative Division is responsible for planning and executing a comprehensive range of administrative services that support the mission of the United States Attorney's Office. The Division is managed by the Administrative Officer, who is the principal advisor to the United States Attorney and the District on administrative matters. The Administrative Officer provides guidance on the management and use of the District's financial, manpower, and physical resources, and on administrative policies, procedures, and practices. Administrative programs include: personnel management and human resources; financial management; space management; systems and information management; automated litigation support; case management and docketing; telecommunication services; procurement; mail; records; and document reproduction services.The Personnel Unit provides direction and support in all areas of human resources management, including recruitment, merit promotion, position classification, pay administration, performance management, and employee benefits.
The Finance Unit is responsible for the formulation, execution and monitoring of the District budgets. This includes the prompt payment of vendor invoices and travel reimbursements, as well as the documentation that supports all expenditures of District funds. The Unit ensures that proper management controls are in place over the expenditure of all funds and provides management with periodic reports on the allocation of resources and status of funds.
The Systems/IT Unit is responsible for computer support functions in all three offices in the district. In addition to the three main functional areas, internal operations, automated litigation support, and case management, the Systems team is committed to all computer projects that support the mission of the District. The Unit supports the day to day computer operations, provides the attorneys and staff with automated litigation services by supporting technology to improve trial preparation and courtroom presentation, and administers the district’s case management and records management systems. Systems/IT is also responsible for telecommunications facilities including video conferencing and the telephone system.
The Personnel Unit provides direction and support in all areas of human resources management, including recruitment, merit promotion, position classification, pay administration, performance management, and employee benefits. In serving employees, managers, job applicants, and the general public, the Unit endeavors to consistently provide accurate, timely and helpful information and assistance.
Support Services is responsible for the procurement of supplies, furniture and equipment, and property management. The develop and maintain service contracts for office equipment, coordinate space and facility needs and provide other support that affects the daily functioning of the district.
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