Notices:

  • Please see the County Coronavirus Information webpage for a list of affected County and State offices and services, as well as safe, recommended links. Recently updated with information for Seniors on home-delivered meals, emergancy meals and Senior shopping hours. 
  • The Fair Board meeting scheduled for Monday the 6th has been cancelled.

Controller's Office

The Controller’s Office performs financial activities for county operations, including financial reporting, financial auditing, cash management, and county employee payroll assistance.

The Controller’s Office performs financial activities for county operations, including financial reporting, financial auditing, cash management, and county employee payroll assistance.

The office also performs the following functions:
  • Prepares the annual Controller Report, which, upon external audit, becomes the county's financial statement.
  • Prepares the annual Financial Report to the Department of Community & Economic Development.
  • Prepares the annual Liquid Fuel Revenue & Expense Report.
  • Investigates wasteful spending and reports of fraud and abuse.
  • Reviews purchase orders, invoices and code for payment, and drafts checks.
  • Works with the Budget Director on compiling information for the annual budget.

Contact Information

Greene County Office Building
93 East High ST
1st Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Hours of Operation: M-F, 8:30AM to 4:30 PM

Department Contacts:

Ami Cree
Controller
Carol Gooden
Deputy Controller / Director of Audits
Richard Davis
Assistant Deputy Controller
Adam Rohrer
Accounts Payable Specialist
Vicki Rankin
Auditor
Jordan Hartley
Accounts Receivable Specialist

Reporting Fraud, Waste or Abuse of County Tax Dollars

The Controller’s Office encourages county residents to report suspected instances of fraud, waste or abuse of tax dollars, including the following:
  • Fraud involving county employees.
  • Theft or misappropriation of county property.
  • Submission of illegitimate vendor invoices.
  • Misrepresentations on employee expense reports.
  • False reporting of hours worked.
  • Fraudulent reporting of medical, disability, or workers compensation claims.
  • Mismanagement of tax dollars.
Tips may result in a cost-saving audit or investigation, but only if they are reported. Residents may choose to remain anonymous; however, those who wish to identify themselves will not have their identities revealed to others without first giving their written permission. Tips may be e-mailed to the Controller, phoned in to 724-852-5220, faxed to 724-852-5320 or mailed to the Controller’s Office, attention Fraud and Abuse. The more information provided, the easier it will be for the Controller’s Office to investigate.

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