The State of Colorado is always looking for ways to improve the way we do business. This involves constantly reviewing procedures and statutes to ensure they meet the needs of our customers and match the technologies of our time. Stay up to date with our Procurement Modernization Initiative here.
The Financial Operations & Reporting team manages the financial affairs of the State of Colorado. The office promulgates the State Fiscal Rules, performs statewide financial reporting, maintains liaisons with State agency financial personnel, oversees the state end-of-year financial close, manages the State contracting process, performs target audit and review activities, maintains central aspects of the State’s financial system, such as Form 1099 reporting and warrants (checks) issuance, manages central payroll functions, and generally establishes policy relating to the State’s financial affairs.
Colorado Operations Resource Engine (CORE) Operations provides daily support of CORE, the State’s enterprise financial system. The Unit Operates the CORE help desk and supports internal and external customers with resolution of business and system issues related to CORE. Works with the system’s software vendor to maintain the system and implement new features and upgrades. Provides communications and training for CORE users. Drives continuous improvement of the CORE system and overall operations.
The State Purchasing & Contracts Office manages the following; Central Contracts Unit, Commercial Card Program, Price Agreements for commonly purchased goods & services, Procurement Appeals and Supplier Diversity & Vendor Outreach.
Central Collection Services actively collects debts owed to State Agencies, State Institutions of Higher Education, and Local Governments after initial collections efforts have been unsuccessful. This office has collected over $225 million since 1975. Effective debit collection methods include; direct calls, garnishments, and tax offsets. Make a payment through our Online Payment Portal.