Welcome to the Agency of Administration Financial Services division web site. This division is the formation of three programs, AOA Financial Services, the Office of Worker’s Compensation, and the Office of Risk Management.
Mission of our Division
- To provide financial and financially-related services to all our customers, in a highly efficient and effective manner.
- To provide leadership and services for innovative, responsive and accountable public purchasing.
- To process workers’ compensation claims filed by state employees, process property and liability claims filed against the state, and secure various other insurance coverage.
This page contains links to each of our offices, where you can find information on the services provided, as well as direction on how to access these services.
Thank you for your interest in our division. Please let us know should you have any feedback on ways we can improve our services provided. You can email me, Paul Rousseau, call 802-828-0681 or send mail to 6 Baldwin Street 3rd Floor, Montpelier, Vermont 05633.
The Agency of Administration Financial Services strives to provide financial and financially-related support to all our customers, in a highly efficient and effective manner, consistent with all Agency of Administration core values and principles.
What we do
This office provides timely accounting services for all Departments within the Agency of Administration and beyond. This includes the processing of all vendor payments, billings to all customers, cash deposits, management of fixed and capital assets, payroll and expense reimbursements, and all monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports. This office is also responsible for the development of the annual budget, its implementation, and closeout in line with Legislative intent. Other functions include an internal audit function to help management understand spending patterns and determine ways to run our business in a more cost effective and efficient manner. We perform financial analysis on a continuous basis, and programmatic annual rate setting, which affords management the opportunity to make real-time changes to the program, adjust revenues, and control spending.