The Administration Division establishes and implements departmental policy; reviews and coordinates agenda submissions; manages departmental personnel; and implements policy enacted by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) and the Mayor.
Management and Budget
The Management and Budget Division ensures the financial viability of the County through sound financial management policies, is responsible for administering and coordinating the Miami-Dade County Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program, oversees the activities of all Community Redevelopment Areas (CRAs), coordinates all annexation and incorporation requests, and administers the Building Better Communities General Obligation Bond Program (BBC-GOB), the Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond Program (SNP), and the Quality Neighborhoods Improvements Program (QNIP).
Management Planning and Performance Analysis
The Management Planning and Performance Analysis Division is responsible for the implementation of the County’s results-oriented government framework, which focuses on planning and accountability through performance measurement.
The Grants Coordination Division is responsible for the administration and monitoring of Community-Based Organization (CBO) contracts including the Mom and Pop Business Grants Program; provides training and technical assistance to CBOs; and identifies grant funding opportunities to maximize revenue support to County departments and community organizations. Additionally, the Division manages and administers grants under the federal Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009; administers the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistant Grant (JAG); identifies and promotes grant and revenue generating opportunities for County initiatives; and provides direct support to the CBO Advisory Board.
Countywide Healthcare Planning
The Office of Countywide Healthcare Planning (OCHP) provides technical support and analysis to improve the countywide health service system.
OCHP's mission is to inform County government, healthcare leaders, and community stakeholders through research, analyzing, adaptation of best practices, and the development of new strategies that will enhance access to effective health and health-related services. Additionally, OCHP improves the viability of Miami-Dade County’s health care delivery system and financing strategies; improves the health and well-being status indicators for Miami-Dade County residents; and increases individuals’ capabilities to effectively manage their own health.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Fri Mar 21, 2014 4:52:10 PM
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