Finance department comprises of administration, revenue, budgeting, expenditure and accounts. The primary roles of the department include;
Ensuring proper management of finances / enforce compliance with the LGFAR and other relevant laws and guidelines
Ensuring that proper books of accounts are maintained and financial statements are produced to facilitate informed decision making
Mobilizing sufficient Revenue to finance service delivery
To coordinate and ensure Annual Budget is prepared and approved by Council
To provide fixed assets relevant to facilitate implementation of activities
To collect and manage all revenues of the council to ensure that the planned service delivery levels are adequately met.
The District Planning Unit (DPU) is a coordination centre for the district planning, budgeting and other related functions. It is also the centre for data collection, categorization and analysis of relevant information for planning and other policy formulations. The DPU ensures cross cutting issues like gender, environment, poverty, HIV/AIDS and disaster preparedness are fully integrated in both the Development Plan and the budget as emphasized by decentralized planning. As opposed to the former planning procedures, it is the responsibility of the DPU to ensure that bottom – up planning is effectively carried out.
To produce quality development plans that integrates population factors and reflects the aspirations of the masses through a participatory bottom-up approach.
To strengthen planning processes at both district and sub-county levels and grass roots