The Business Office is responsible for coordinating GSD purchasing; budget preparation & policies; accounts payable; fiscal services; petty cash; controlling board requests; develops and implements customer rates; SWCAP and GAAP reporting; plans and manages capital improvement budget; and responds to internal/external customer and public inquires. In addition, under the Business Office is the Accounts Receivable Section responsible for processing a variety of bills for services provided by GSD to state agencies and external customers; processing, recording, tracking, and reporting receivables & receipts; collecting vendor revenue share payments; processing state surplus refunds; completing annual SWCAP and GAAP reports; and responds to internal/external customer and public inquires.
Lori Weir, Business Office Manager, 614.995.2041
Asset Management Services
Asset Management Services assists state agencies in fulfilling statutory requirements for maintaining, reporting and certifying state-owned assets; provides technical direction & assistance to agencies regarding asset management, transfers, termination of agencies, converting inventory, retirements, and reconciliation.
Fred Zabonik, Asset Management Manager, 614.752.0076
State & Federal Surplus Services
State and Federal Surplus Services receives and disburses property declared as surplus because the items are damaged or at the end of its life cycle for government use. Property is made available to other state agencies, state higher education facilities, tax-supported agencies, municipal corporations, and other political subdivisions of the state, including public schools. The remaining property is sold at public auctions held by State & Federal Surplus Services. State agencies and members of the Federal Surplus program can also acquire excess federal property through this office.
Amy Wilson, State & Federal Surplus Manager, 614.466.6585
OAKS DAS FIN (Financials)
The OAKS DAS FIN team provides project management, training, and technical support to OAKS FIN users for the following modules: Strategic Sourcing (eBid), eProcurement (ePro), Purchasing (PO), Contracts Management (CM), & Asset Management (AM). The new eBid module enables 30,000 businesses to electronically bid on good and services with the State of Ohio. The OAKS DAS FIN team also provides support for the following OAKS applications: Customer Relations Management (CRM), Enterprise Learning Management (ELM), and Business Intelligence (BI). In addition, the team manages the Tier 2 and Tier 3 help desks for eBid, ePro, PO and AM, and it supports numerous projects (Administrative Business Process Improvements, Agency Integration, Communities of Practice, OAKS Internal Business Advisory Council, etc.) To view training information and the latest updates about the OAKS DAS FIN modules, please click here: https://myohio.oaks.ohio.gov/psp/PAPRD/EMPLOYEE/EMPL/h/?tab=OH_FIN_HOME
Jae Orme, Project Manager, 614.728.0179