FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET FY2021-22
EXECUTIVE Behavioral Health Resource Team: The Behavioral Health Response Team (BHRT) works to respond to emergency mental health situations in order to help deescalate the immediate crisis and connect individuals to resources for ongoing help and support. The BHRT aims to keep people from ending up in the legal system and to instead get treatment and services that might be more appropriate. City Manager: Provides administrative leadership to City Government, carrying out the policies, programs, ordinances and resolutions approved by City Council; manages municipal services, departments and positions created by City Charter; informs City Council of the City’s financial condition and future financial needs; prepares reports for the City Council concerning the affairs of the City. The City Manager's Office provides oversight for the Criminal Justice Administrator and the Greensboro Criminal Justice Advisory Commission (GCJAC), which is tasked with a wide range of objectives across the justice continuum. Internal Audit: Provides the organization with a comprehensive program of performance, compliance and financial reviews. Also provides City management with an objective and independent appraisal of programs and operations with recommendations for improvements. M/WBE Program: The M/WBE program provides oversight and support for the implementation of the Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Program Plan through internal and external education and advocacy; facilitates business development training programs to enhance the ability of M/WBEs to effectively compete for City contracts; reports the City’s progress towards achieving the goals and objectives of the M/WBE Program Plan. Office of Equity and Inclusion: The Office Of Equity and Inclusion leads the City of Greensboro's effort to create and nurture an environment that is welcoming, inclusive, respectful and free from discrimination for all residents and employees. Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs: The Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs leads implementation of the Creative Greensboro Cultural Arts Master Plan by providing support for, ensuring access to, and driving awareness of Greensboro’s creative community through a variety of programs, services and partnerships. The office serves as a direct provider of cultural programming, a grant-maker to the local nonprofit arts and culture community and a cultural marketer. Additionally, the office directs stewardship of the Greensboro Cultural Center and also manages the permitting of special events for the City.
Adopted 2021-22 Budget
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