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Program Description

  Fiscal Management

The Division of Fiscal Management is responsible for the overall management of the MCFRS operating budget; the management and administration of State and Federal funding; management oversight of the EMS reimbursement program; accounts payable; accounts receivable; and contract management and development.

The Budget and Grants Section handles budget development and management; grant coordination, administration and close-out; expenditure and revenue analysis and tracking; ordering and payment for office and station supplies; and department-wide financial procedures.

The Emergency Medical Services Transport (EMST) Reimbursement Section manages the department's ambulance transport reimbursement program. The section reviews patient care reports, ensures compliance with various local and federal regulations, manages a large contract, reconciles revenues, distributes and tracks EMST revenues that are sent to the 19 volunteer departments and monitors the expenditure of EMST reimbursement funds by MCFRS.

The Procurement Section advises and assists in the acquisition of all goods and services for the department. The expertise on procurement procedures and regulations resides in this section, which develops and administers contracts throughout MCFRS. All payments and purchase orders are entered and approved by the Procurement Section, and the section coordinates and oversees the department's purchasing card accounts.

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Program Contacts

Contact Dominic Del Pozzo of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service at 240.777.2236 or Rachel Silberman of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2770 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Program Budget Changes

FY20 Recommended ChangesExpendituresFTEs
FY19 Approved1154808015.10
Multi-program adjustments, including negotiated compensation changes, employee benefit changes, changes due to staff turnover, reorganizations, and other budget changes affecting multiple programs.-65369040.00
FY20 Recommended501117615.10

Notes: Reflects the transfer to Support Services of $2.1 million for vehicle maintenance and fuel, funded by the Emergency Medical Service Transport fee.; and the transfer of $2.7 million to Volunteer Services for the disbursement of fifteen percent of net Emergency Medical Service Transport revenues to Fire Departments.