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Angela Vick, the Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller, is an independently elected constitutional officer who protects the interests of you, the citizen. As the county comptroller and custodian of county funds, critical checks and balances are in place to make sure your tax dollars are spent appropriately. The Clerk serves as the custodian of all official records and court files, ensuring the integrity of this documentation remains preserved.
Kathy Davis, Chief Deputy of Court Services, oversees the operational data for management and planning, as well as compiling and monitoring all court functions. In addition, the Court Services Department coordinates jury management and the collection of all court-assessed fines and fees, which are transmitted monthly to the Department of Revenue.
Traci Phillips, Chief Deputy of Financial Services, is responsible for assisting the Clerk in safeguarding taxpayer dollars through the collection, custody, and disbursement of county funds. The Clerk's Financial Services Department records official records and conducts an annual inventory of county fixed assets. The department monitors compliance for grant administration, purchasing and contracts, investments of county funds, and provides accounting support for county departments and constitutional officers. In addition, the Financial Services Department performs a pre-audit of all Board of County Commissioners expenditures and compiles required reports of all monies received and disbursed by the Board of County Commissioners.
Keith Heisner, Chief Deputy Clerk of Information Services, assists the Clerk in achieving objectives for the advancement of information technology and emergency management planning. Information Services provides technology support and services to the Clerk's office while collaborating with state and local government agencies and the citizens. Additionally, Information Services is responsible for the oversight of records management and public information.
Robin Barclay, Chief Audit Officer, oversees the Internal Audit Department. The primary role of Internal Audit is to serve the citizens of Citrus County through the independent evaluations of clerk and county departments to safeguard resources and taxpayer funds. This department provides an assessment of county and clerk operations by conducting audits to test policies, procedures, compliance, and fraud mitigation.