Office of Administrative and Information Management Services
The Office of Administrative and Information Management Services provides administrative and information technology support for DHS.
Randolph W. Brockington
Human Services Building
One Smithfield Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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DHS Organizational Chart
Bureau of Financial Management, Budgets and Reports
Administrator – Catherine C. Adekoya
Funding sources, accounts payable, financial reports, travel, budget analysis and grants management.
- Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
- Behavioral Health (OBH)
- Central Payables
- Children, Youth and Families (CYF)
- Community Services (OCS)
- Intellectual Disability (OID)
Bureau of Contracts and Compliance
Contracts administration, financial compliance reviews, certified audit reviews and technical assistance.
Bureau of Human Resources/Training and Payroll (for Allegheny County DHS staff only)
Administrator – James G. Regan
Personnel processing, employment verification, leaves of absence, complaints and grievances, time and attendance, payroll, DHS job postings and applications, employee training, workforce recruitment, collective bargaining, career development, tuition reimbursement, performance management, and disciplinary actions.
- Human Resources
Bureau of Information Systems Management
Administrator – William R. Kroll
Collects, manages and produces client and provider data. Manages facilities operations, telecommunications, purchasing, fixed assets and fleet management. Provides computer, hardware, software and network support for DHS offices, staff and service providers.
- User Support Services
- Core Technology Services
- Application Support and Development
- Data Queries/Data Extracting and Quality Control Assessments
KIDS - The application and its history
The KIDS (Key Information and Demographics System) application is a fully integrated child welfare management application that supports the records management process from the initial reporting of allegations of child abuse or neglect through the delivery and payment of services.
History of the DHS Data Warehouse
The Data Warehouse has evolved to be a central repository of social services data, which allows DHS to track and report client demographic and service data across its program offices and beyond. Since the Data Warehouse enables data-driven decision making among DHS staff, it also makes possible better outcomes for the individuals served by the Department.