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Don Harrison
Professional Summary
Seasoned Management professional with over 35 years of experience in municipal finance and budgeting for multiple cities. Extensive experience in strategic revenue management, debt issuance, and economic development. Continually exceeds expectations by creating valuable partnerships and works well with people at all levels of the organization, including stakeholders, customers, and vendors.
Skills
  • Municipal Finance
  • Budgeting &¬†Forecasting
  • Strategic Revenue Management
  • Debt Issuance
  • Utility Billing
  • Customer Service
  • Business & Economic Development
  • Auditing &¬†Analysis
  • Account Management
  • Employee Mentoring
Other Training
  • California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission - The Public Investment Portfolio Series
  • California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission - Bond Math Series
  • California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission - Creating SB 1029 Compliant Local Debt Policies
  • Investing Public Funds - CSMFO - Ben Finkelstein
Certifications
  • Governmental Accounting, University of Georgia - Carl Vinson Institute of Government - Athens, GA
Interests
Professional Organizations , California Society of Municipal Finance Officers Government Finance Officers Association Other Activities CSMFO Representative to League of California Cities Housing, Community & Economic Development Policy Committee 2016, 2017 & 2018
Education
MA: Organizational Leadership, Woodbury University - Burbank, California
BS: Public Administration, University of Southern California - Los Angeles, California
Work History
Budget and Revenue Officer & Executive Level Senior Manager, Current
City of Beverly Hills
  • Leading budget team through the most significant budget cuts in the city's history by analyzing company performance and risks to make forecasts and prepare timely and detailed reports, while monitoring general fund revenues for variance from budget, and meeting with upper executives on a quarterly and annual basis.
  • Compiling revenue estimates for the annual preparation and development of a $475 million budget, covering 16 governmental funds, 11 internal service funds, 5 enterprise funds, an infrastructure fund, and a parking authority.
  • Preparing invoices, billing, and collection of special assessments, and performing cashiering functions by collecting and properly accounting for all city revenues, preparing and reviewing cash sheets, and issuing receipts, while maintaining billing and accounts receivable records.
  • Assisting the CFO in improving the department's credibility with the city council through budget presentations, as well as improving the credibility of finance and budget operations among the city's other departments through communication, candor, and explanation of finance matters.
  • Developing the corporate fundraising strategy and managing relationships with partners and investors, including councilmembers, and actively participating in the development and implementation of new revenue sources, while identifying and dealing with threats to the existing revenue base.
  • Managing customer service for utility billing, general billing, parking permits, parking violations, distributing parking citations, as well as collecting payments for utilities, and preparing correspondence to be signed by the customer services manager or the director of finance.
  • Overseeing all audit and internal control operations by compiling data, managing seized cash at the police department, and performing periodic reconciliations of subsidiary accounts to the general ledger, as well as preparing journal entries and generating lists of bad debts, and preparing entry to write off bad debts.
  • Completing daily licensing of new businesses and renewing the annual occupational license, and submitting a written report of occupational licenses issued to the city manager on a bi-weekly basis, as well as presenting the director of finance with a written report of certain statistics and activity reports on a monthly basis.
  • Actively monitoring, administering, collecting, and reporting over $95 million of business, sales, property, and transient occupancy tax revenues, while bringing about improved effectiveness and efficiency of business tax, utility billing, and customer service operations, leading to greater acceptance by taxpayers and ratepayers.
  • Reviewing and analyzing state and federal laws and regulations to ensure that all revenue is properly and fairly billed and collected, as well as explaining laws, rules, procedures, and calculations to citizens, businesses, governmental agencies, and city employees.
  • Pursuing collection of delinquent accounts by letter, telephone, in person, and with the city attorney in an effort to bring the account current, while working with the public to negotiate payment extension agreements.
  • Directly supervising the daily activities of clerical employees in the revenue area, as well as all accounting and finance personnel including management accountants and internal auditors, and assigning staff targets to drive revenue.
  • Ensuring the integrity of the division's resources by tracking, reviewing, and analyzing the flow of transactions, making recommendations, and writing changes in policies and procedures, as well as coaching and training personnel in best practices.
  • Setting up and overseeing the company's finance IT system, and determining needs and writing requests for changes and additions to computer programs, as well as preparing computer spreadsheets for revenue division operations, to be completed by data processing staff.
Budget Manager, 01/2007 to 01/2009
City of Burbank
  • Developing the city's $774 million operating budget, comprised of 27 funds, a redevelopment agency, a housing authority, a parking authority, and a public financing authority, while maintaining required reserves and a budget surplus above reserves.
  • Managing a division of 5 support employees to coordinate the services and programs of a centralized accounting and budgeting system, and supervising the activities of department staff to ensure compliance and implementation of various administrative functions and financial activities.
  • Attending city council meetings and work sessions, and making presentations and providing updates, recommendations, and alternative strategies to the city council on the budget, and implementing the chosen action plan.
  • Hiring, training, coaching, mentoring, and scheduling 45 employees, while facilitating team development skills in information sharing, conflict resolution, and group empowerment, as well as creating written performance evaluations, counseling staff to correct deficiencies, and implementing discipline procedures.
  • Responding to questions and requests from employees, managers, and the general public, and explaining and interpreting accounting policies, procedures, and regulations, as well as resolving complaints and issues which cannot be addressed by subordinate staff.
  • Facilitating public meetings and assisting successful labor negotiations with various bargaining groups, and developing fiscal impacts of labor negotiation terms, as well as providing cost information related to proposed provisions.
  • Designing and implementing various databases and accounting systems to oversee the expenditure and collection of public funds, while working with internal stakeholders and outside vendors to develop and update the department's various automated systems.
  • Directing treasury and cash management activities by analyzing and evaluating cash flow to determine the availability of cash investments, as well as determining debt form and appropriate retirement schedules for bonded debt insurance and retirement.
  • Coordinating the completion of financial audits by collecting and preparing audit information, conducting meetings with auditors, reviewing audit reports, and coordinating preparation of city responses to audit findings, as well as the implementation of approved policy and procedural changes.
  • Developing the annual fee schedule, directing special projects, and managing budget and finance related research as needed, while ensuring compliance with city financial policies and procedures and federal, state, county, and city laws, codes, and ordinances.
  • Overseeing the general ledger, accounts payable, payroll, and related division accounting functions, as well as conducting budget training, while monitoring department budget execution and recommending adjustments as needed.
  • Accurately reporting the city's current financial position and the results of operations, while creating budget guidelines and proposals for the city's budget book, and coordinating information for bond consultants.
  • Preparing multi-year financial plans and comprehensive annual financial reports and allocations, as well as creating quarterly financial analysis and status reports, while promoting consistency by linking the city strategic plan to the budget.
  • Developing and preparing financial plans for both operating and capital improvements by conducting revenue and expense modeling and forecasting, reviewing budget requests, and performing budget entry, tracking, and cost benefit analyses.

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