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Office of Management & Budget
611 West Jefferson
Louisville, KY 40202

 

 

 

The Louisville Metro Office of Management and Budget ensures financial integrity by directing, coordinating and monitoring all financial functions of Louisville Metro Government. We assist in developing a fiscally sound budget that is responsive to the community’s needs.

We also:

  • Ensure that vendors are paid for goods and services received by local government
  • Issue payroll for all Metro Government employees
  • Invest cash resources, issue financial statements, and manage property and liability risks. 

 

Daniel Frockt
Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Daniel Frockt is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Louisville Metro.  He advises the Mayor’s Office on the financial health of the city along with routine testimony to the Metro Council and public.  He leads the Office of Management & Budget (OMB) which is responsible for the city’s finances, including its approximately $800 million annual operating and capital budget.  OMB administers procurement, risk management, treasury, accounts payable/receivable, accounting, grants, payroll, financial systems and revenue collection. 

Prior to serving in the CFO role, Daniel was Louisville’s Budget Director for a decade.  He also has experience in the gaming industry as a capital and operations analyst as well as the non-profit sector as an education policy advisor for the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB). 

He has an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, a M.Ed. from the University of Washington, and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.  He is a Louisville native.

 

Monica Harmon
Director of Finance

As the Director of Finance, Monica L. Harmon manages Metro Louisville’s daily financial operations including accounting, purchasing and invoice processing and payments, grants management and compliance, treasury functions including cash collections, investments and billing, payroll, risk and financial systems and other related administrative functions.   A key report out to the citizens, investors and public markets is the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).  This along with an annual audit, the A-133 and Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA) is managed by her team.  This provides an essential snapshot as to the financial health of the city. 

Monica worked in various managerial roles over the past 30 years both in government and the private sector.  Prior to joining Metro, most recently she worked for the City of Jeffersonville, Indiana as Director of Finance and CFO.  This was preceded with 20 years in various roles at the Regional Airport Authority of Louisville and Jefferson County followed by 10 years in private industry as Controller and VP of Finance.

She attended Indiana University both in Bloomington and New Albany, Indiana and received her BS in Accounting.  Married with two adult children and four grandchildren, she resides in Southern Indiana.

Treasury 
Jade Babb, Executive Manager
Oversees the cash operations including banking relations, cash deposits and investments, collections and EMS/health and miscellaneous billings.  This role oversees and safeguards the cash deposits of Metro to ensure the timely deposit, investment and disbursement of cash in a safe and timely manner.
Accounting, Financial Reporting & Grants Management
Glenn Reed, Executive Manager
Oversees the accounting, grants management and grants compliance components.  This operation reconciles accounting activity, manages various audits including the annual audit and compiles and generates the annual audited CAFR.   This report has been recognized for excellence by Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the past five years.
Procurement
Joel Neaveill, Executive Manager
Oversees the procurement including contracting, purchasing, vendor relations and invoice processing as well as open records.  This team assures compliance with state and local procurement requirements and processing of payments, assisting agencies in acquiring the goods and services needed to meet their operational needs.  Additionally, all inquiries for records are managed by this division assuring anyone requesting specific records and timely response.
Administrative Services
Richard Champion, Executive Manager
Oversees the Administrative Services for OMB which include risk, financial systems and payroll.  The management of these functions assures and supports operations across Metro.  Risk identifies the potential liabilities and weighs the opportunity versus potential loss assuring Metro is not unduly exposed to unforeseen liabilities.  Financial systems works to manage the software necessary to meet all of OMB operational needs frequently partnering with DoIT to assure daily stability and dependability of these key financial operating systems.  Payroll sees to the payment of all Metro employees implementing federal, state, local and union requirements as well as employee directed withholdings.
 
 
Aaron Jackson
Budget Director

Aaron Jackson was appointed Budget Director for Louisville Metro Government in August 2015. In his current role, he is responsible for aligning available resources with the Mayor’s strategic plan.  This includes managing the preparation and implementation of Louisville Metro Government’s annual operating and capital budgets.  Other duties include monitoring revenues and expenditures of agencies and capital projects and providing ad hoc analysis as requested. Before becoming Budget Director, Aaron served ten years in various roles as an analyst and manager within OMB.  He was instrumental in Metro’s Distinguished Budget award presented by the Government Finance Officers’ Association for the last three years (2013-2015).

Prior to joining Louisville Metro Government, Aaron worked in the banking industry for three years in both the retail division at Commonwealth Bank & Trust and the commercial division at Fifth Third Bank. 

Aaron is a native of Louisville and graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.  He also received his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Louisville in 2003.  He and his wife have three children.  

 

 

 

 
Angela Dunn
Director of the Metro Revenue Commission

Angela Dunn is the Director / Secretary-Treasurer of the Louisville Metro Revenue Commission (LMRC).  She provides executive leadership to the LMRC for the collection of occupational license fees for individuals and businesses, insurance premiums, truck license fees, and transient room tax on behalf of Louisville Metro Government, the Jefferson County Board of Education, the Anchorage Board of Education, and the Transit Authority of River City (TARC).  Prior to her appointment as Director of LMRC, Angela served 12 years in various staff, supervisory and management roles with the Office of Management and Budget’s Finance Department.  Management responsibilities included executive oversight for Accounting, Grants, Risk and Treasury operations, compilation of Louisville Metro’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards (SEFA), and Louisville Metro’s annual Financial and Federal A-133 audits. 

Prior to her service in government, Angela worked in the banking industry for six years as both a compliance officer for Firstar Bank (now US Bank), and an accounting manager for Members First Federal Credit Union (now Kentucky Telco).

Angela is a native of Louisville, and is married with one child.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Bellarmine University and a Masters in Business Administration from Sullivan University.  

Michael Meeks, Director of Records Compliance 
Michael Meeks
Director of Records Compliance

Michael Meeks is the Director of Records Compliance (formerly Open Records & Archives), overseeing the Division of Open Records and the Division of Archives & Records. The Division of Open Records is responsible for the coordination of timely and adequate responses by agencies of Louisville Metro Government to open records requests pursuant to the Kentucky Open Records Act. The Division of Archives & Records is responsible for the maintenance of records, the appropriate destruction of records pursuant to the Louisville Metro Government Records Retention Schedule, and the preservation of the historic records of Louisville Metro Government.

Prior to joining Louisville Metro Government, Michael was Assistant Chief Logistics Officer with the J. B. Speed Art Museum; owned Special Event Coordinators, LLC; served as CEO of the Association of Independent Contract Carriers, LLC; founded and served as president of Frankfort Lobbyist, LLC; and retired from the Legislative Research Commission.

Michael is married with four children and six grandchildren.  He is a Louisville native who earned his diploma from DuPont Manual High School, Bachelor of Arts from Morehead State University and Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law.

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