|Branches||Business Technology & Information Services||03 9096 8994|
|Branches||CFO Health||03 9096 0375||Finance is responsible for providing advice and support to DH Ministers, the Secretary and staff across divisions and regions on financial, procurement and governance matters enabling them to meet organisational accountability, statutory compliance and provide effective delivery of key services.|
|Branches||CFO Human Services||1300 650 172||The Financial Services branch provides financial, budget and accounting services across the department and is responsible for ensuring the department meets its financial legislative and reporting requirements.|
|Branches||Human Resources and Organisation Development||03 9096 8182||Provides human resources functions for the Department's staff.|
|Branches||Industrial Relations||03 9096 2539||The Industrial Relations Branch leads and manages the development and implementation of the Department's industrial relations strategy and policy to achieve positive industrial relations outcomes in the public health sector.|
|Branches||Information Management and Technology||03 9096 0000||The Information Management and Technology Branch supports the department’s business objectives by providing integrated information management and technology (IM&T) services.|
This branch has a clear focus on aligning information management applications and technology with organisational needs and priorities.
The branch seeks to provide an excellent service to the Department of Human Services as well as providing some shared services to the Department of Health and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
The Chief Information Officer heads the Information Management and Technology branch. The branch sits within the Corporate Services Group. Within the branch there are six units: Business Engagement, Strategy and Design, Service Delivery, Applications Development, Project Delivery and the Directorate.
|Branches||People and Culture||The People and Culture Branch leads the delivery of high quality human resources strategy, policies, systems and specialist advice to build a unified workforce that is capable of improving the lives of disadvantaged Victorians.|
|Branches||Procurement and Contract Management||The Procurement and Contract Management Branch is responsible for ensuring that the department meets legislative and policy obligations when procuring and managing purchasing and contracts. The branch manages the department’s procurement strategy, policies and processes and provides organisation-wide support for procurement, including tendering, contract management, service agreement management and category management. This branch has a shared service component with the Department of Health.|