The organization of OSBM coincides with the major functions of the office: budget development and execution, management services, demographic and economic analysis, technology and data services, and administrative and other functions.
This division has responsibilities for top level management and administrative functions.
State Budget Officer and Deputy Directors – This section has top management responsibilities for the entirety of OSBM.
Human Resources – This branch provides services that support, benefit, and enhance current employees. It assists with recruitment and orientation of new employees; administers benefit enrollment, payroll, safety and health programming; and provides other human resource services.
OSBM Fiscal Office – This unit provides chief financial officer functions for the Office of State Budget and Management and the staff of the governor.
Internal Audits – This branch serves as staff and support to the Council of Internal Auditing in its implementation of the NC Internal Audit Act.
This division is responsible for the development, execution and monitoring of state agency budgets.
Operating Budget Sections – The budget sections ensure that agency budget actions are consistent with the State Budget Act in preparation, presentation, certification, and execution of the biennial state budget.
Infrastructure Section – This section is responsible for preparing the six-year capital improvement plan, and the long term planning, budgeting, and financing of the state’s capital assets.
Statewide Budgeting – This branch is responsible for maintaining summary budget information across all operating and capital budget sections and ensuring proper balances government-wide.
Transportation – This branch is responsible for budget development, execution and administration activities for the operating budgets of the Department of Transportation (Highway Fund & Highway Trust Fund).
This division supports operations for the entire office and provides analysis and accountability across all agencies.
Demographic and Economic Analysis Section – This section estimates and projects population and revenues as a common framework for building the state budget.
Economic Analysis – This branch monitors the state’s economy and incoming revenues to estimate and project anticipated revenues, inflation, and other economic information, as required by law.
Demographic Analysis – This branch develops population estimates and projections for use in budgeting, the distribution of state shared revenues to local governments, and for public data needs. County and state population projections, available by age, race (white/other) and sex, are used for long range planning.
Management Evaluation and Audit Section – This branch provides management and organizational analysis for state agencies and institutions.
Statewide Information Technology – This branch coordinates OSBM’s approval of agency IT projects and performs various financial and cost analyses of IT projects. It also serves as co-coordinator of Statewide IT consolidation with the Office of Information Technology Services.
Strategic Management Section – This section is responsible for coordinating statewide performance initiatives.
Technology and Data Services – The three major components of this section are computer application development and support for OSBM, the State Data Center program to analyze and disseminate socioeconomic information, and chief information office functions for OSBM. This section collects, produces, analyzes, organizes, disseminates, and explains budget and other strategically important data produced by many state and federal government agencies. It also oversees all information technology activities.