For the 31st consecutive year, Dare County Treasurer has received the prestigious Financial Reporting Excellence Award, the highest recognition in government accounting and financial reporting, from the Association of Government Treasurers.
The Treasury received an award in recognition of its Annual Comprehensive Financial Report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2021. Dare County Commissioner Bob Woodard presented the award to Dare County Finance Director David Clawson and his Assistant Finance Director Sally Defosse. At the Dare County Commission meeting held at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022.
Dare County Commissioner Bob Woodard presents the awards to Finance Director David Clawson and Assistant Finance Director Sally Defosse.
The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting program was established in 1945 by the Association of Government Treasurers. This is to encourage state and local governments to go beyond minimum requirements by producing annual, comprehensive financial reports that are fully transparent and fully transparent. It embodies the spirit of full disclosure to the communities it serves.
In order to qualify for the Financial Reporting Excellence Award, the Dare County Treasurer collects a wide variety of complex financial information that is not only easily accessible to the public, but also accessible to the public, regardless of their level of familiarity with financial concepts. You can also navigate and understand.
Producing an annual comprehensive financial report that meets the high requirements considered for award winning is no easy task. It therefore represents an important achievement by local governments and their administrators, especially if achieved annually for over 30 years. .
“It should come as no surprise to anyone here today that Dare County is awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting each year. I can’t say enough great things about the incredibly talented team of an individual who has done so. His experience and dedication to ensuring the financial health of the company is also unmatched.
He is also a highly effective leader, which is reflected in the success of his team and this prestigious honor they have achieved for Dare County. ”
Woodard also praised DeFosse for their integral role in producing the award-winning report each year.
“As Assistant Treasurer, Sully is responsible for a number of duties directly related to the development of Dare County’s fiscal year’s budget and the preparation of the county’s annual consolidated financial report,” said Woodard. increase. “She is immeasurable in her contributions to the Finance Department, and to Dare County as a whole, and her efforts are absolutely essential.”
An employee of the Dare County Treasurer. From left to right. Candidates: Janet Midgett, Carol Sanders, David Clawson, Matt Dobroski, Dustin Peele, Kathy Porter, Ernie Daviero. Seated: Sally DeFosse, Anna Gallop, Amy Daniels.
Woodard expressed his sincere gratitude to Clawson and Defosse, as well as the entire Dare County Treasurer, for their continued commitment and dedication.
“Thank you to our entire team of truly talented individuals in our finance department for all their hard work and tireless efforts to keep Dare County running day to day,” he said. “The economic health of our community is paramount to this board, and we are constantly striving to ensure the county achieves it each year. It’s clear that all of your hard work and commitment have truly paid off.Congratulations on this incredible achievement and thank you again for all you’ve done!”
For more information about the Dare County Treasurer, please visit: www.DareNC.com/FinanceTo view Dare County’s award-winning Annual Comprehensive Financial Report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2021, visit click here.
Dare County Commissioner Bob Woodard presents the awards, along with Finance Director David Clawson and Assistant Finance Director Sally Defosse.