The mission of the Central Collection Unit is to support the Office of the Chief Financial Officer through effective and efficient administration of District government non-tax debt collection.
This report is the 22nd consecutive clean audit for the District.
View the District of Columbia Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the year ending September 30, 2018.
DC ABLE is a Tax advantaged program that allows individuals with disabilities to save for their future needs and disability related expenses without the risk of losing key disability benefits. View the website.
DC College Savings Plan is a "tax-advantaged 529" college savings investment plan.
Review retirement plans made available to District government employees.
View the list of “Financial Advisors” the District has engaged to serve as its independent registered municipal advisors.
The DC Lottery is a revenue-generating agency of the District of Columbia. Each year the DC Lottery transfers millions of dollars to the General Fund.
Find help for your Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, SNAP or TANF.
The OCF prepares fiscal impact statements and certifies the financial impacts of legislation that is to be considered by the DC Council's committees.
CFO FOIA Policy and link to online FOIA Request Form. Includes list of FOIA fees.
Access a number of financial, credit and economic reports and other information for investment and financial planning.
The 2017-2021 Strategic Plan outlines the priorities and direction of the OCFO.
The Payment Operations Center provides assistance regarding payments and cashiering.
OTR provides a state-of-the-art, walk-in customer service facility to meet DC taxpayer needs.
Any cigarettes or "roll-your-own" tobacco that have been sold, offered or possessed for sale, or imported for personal consumption in DC while not included in this directory will be deemed contraband and subject to seizure and forfeiture.
The Unclaimed Property Unit collects and helps residents claim lost or abandoned assets.
Get information and forms for doing business as a vendor to the DC government.
A “hotspot” is a site where anyone with a computer or other device with Wi-Fi capability can come and browse the Internet for free using the District’s wireless network.