Office of Finance

Special Notice for Our Veterans and Their Families:Our office supports VA organizations and their financial needs.  For Veterans in crisis and their family and friends, please access the Veterans Crisis Line Website.  For assistance or questions with Veteran benefits and services, to include benefits checks, access to claim folders, medical, […]

Special Notice for Our Veterans and Their Families:
US Flag Folded and EncasedOur office supports VA organizations and their financial needs.  For Veterans in crisis and their family and friends, please access the Veterans Crisis Line Website.  For assistance or questions with Veteran benefits and services, to include benefits checks, access to claim folders, medical, or burial, please visit the Veteran Services website or call (800) 827-1000.  Thank you for your service and support.

Bar graph and stock ticker imageThe Office of Finance, under the direction of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Finance (VA’s Deputy Chief Financial Officer), has more than 400 staff located in the Office of Financial Policy, and two field sites:  the Financial Services Center (FSC), along with the Office of Internal Controls (OIC), in Austin, Texas, and the Debt Management Center (DMC) in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Learn more »

For more information or questions, call (877) 353-9791.


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