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Administrative Division


The mission of the Administration Division is to provide consistent and effective administrative services and support to the employees and programs of the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Utah.

Budget Office
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 Support Services Unit is responsible for all logistical operations including mail services, the procurement of supplies, furniture and equipment, and property management. They also develop and maintain service contracts for office equipment, coordinate space and facility needs, and provide other support that affects the everyday functioning of the office.

Human Resources
The Human Resources 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 all of its constituencies, including employees, managers, and job applicants.  The Unit endeavors to consistently provide accurate, timely and helpful information and assistance.

Information Technology
The Information Technology (IT) Unit is responsible for computer support functions in the Salt Lake City office, as well as the branch office in St. George and the U.S. Attorney’s Office off-site location in the U.S. District Courthouse. While there are four main functional areas (systems administration, internal operations, security, and case management), the IT Unit is committed to all computer projects that support the mission of the United States Attorney’s Office.  The IT Unit also supports the video conferencing facilities and other technologies which are used to provide local and extended communications for the office.

Updated March 21, 2018