Office of Management and Budget (OMB) was created on July 1, 1993,
in order to institute greater financial controls at Maricopa County.
Citizens serving citizens by working collaboratively, efficiently and
innovatively. We will be responsive to our customers while being fiscally
The mission of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is to provide
a sustainable, structurally balanced budget to the Board of Supervisors
and County Manager so they can achieve the County's mission within available
| Department Issues &
Issue: Stagnant population and economic growth over the next three
to five years will limit the County's resources and shift demands for
Goal: By 2015, mandated fixed contributions to the State of Arizona will
be less than 20% of total General Fund revenues, a reduction of 11.9%
from the FY2010 level.
Goal: By 2015, Maricopa County will be the low-cost leader among large
urban benchmark counties as demonstrated by having the lowest cost on
100% of a basket of commonly provided services and functions.
Goal: By 2015, the County's burden on taxpayers, as measured by total
County tax revenues as a percentage of personal income, will be less than
0.8%, a reduction of 2.4% from the FY2010 level.
Goal: By 2015, the voluntary turnover rate of full-time employees will
be maintained at or below 10%.