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The Alabama Department of Finance provides innovative, resourceful leadership and service in financial management and operational support in order to advance the Governor's mission of restoring trust in state government. The Finance Director is the chief financial officer of the state, the advisor of the Governor and the Legislature in financial matters, and is responsible for protecting the financial interests of Alabama.

With 13 divisions and more than 350 employees, the Department of Finance claims a number of responsibilities. This website serves as a portal to our director’s office and our divisions. We encourage you to visit each of their websites to learn more about the responsibilities of the Department of Finance, as well as the services we provide.

The Finance Department's Presentation to the Permanent Joint Legislative Committee on Finance and Budgets, February 4, 2020

FRAUD ALERT - March 22, 2019

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Governor Ivey Announces Key Appointments to Administration

11/30/2018 - MONTGOMERY — Governor Kay Ivey on Friday announced two key appointments to her administration as she transitions to a full term. Both appointments are effective December 1, 2018.
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  Alabama Issues Public School and College Authority (PSCA) Bonds

10/26/2017 - The Public School and College Authority (PSCA) finalized the sale of $18.4 million of capital improvement pool bonds on Wednesday, announced State Finance Director Clinton Carter. Proceeds from the sale will provide school loans to the local boards of education for Bessemer City Schools, DeKalb County Schools, Franklin County Schools, Gadsden City Schools, Leeds City Schools, Midfield City Schools, Trussville City Schools and Tuscumbia City Schools.
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