Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA)

  • Agency: Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA)
  • Address: 100 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix, 85007 AZ
  • Chief:
Phone: 602-542-1500
Fax: 602-542-2199

Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) is located at 100 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix, 85007 AZ. The Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) phone number is 602-542-1500.

Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) News

ADOA's very own Megan Rose, Marie Isaacson, and Jessica Shuster have won the blue ribbon! Arizona Department of Corrections, Arizona Lottery , Arizona Department of Agriculture, Arizona State Fair, and Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety joined ADOA today in a friendly Cow Milking Contest that raised over $800 for charity. Thank you to all who participated and donated to such a great cause AND WAY TO GO ADOA!

A couple days ago these gentleman from the Army Reserve noticed some of the flowers had been ripped out at the USS Arizona Memorial. They took it upon themselves to restore what was destroyed so the memorial could remain beautiful for the thousands of visitors that come and pay their respects to those that have served our country. Thank you to Lowes and Home Depot for donating the soil and flowers and thank you to Sean & Josh for volunteering to take on this effort!

ADOA's CIO Morgan Reed and CISO Mike Lettman will serve on Governor Ducey's cybersecurity team.

In coordination with the Presidential Proclamation, Governor Ducey has ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise until sunset on March 2, 2018 for the interment of Reverend Billy Graham.

“The creation of the Arizona Cybersecurity Team is another step we can take to enhance our cyber preparedness,” - Governor Doug Ducey. What a great announcement!

ADOA's Owen Zorge attended the 2018 National Tornado Summit discussing the importance of cyber security today #NTS2018

In coordination with the Presidential Proclamation, Governor Doug Ducey has ordered flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff effective immediately, until sunset Monday, February 19, 2018 to honor the victims of the senseless tragedy in Parkland, Florida. Governor Ducey released the following statement: "Flags at all state buildings will be lowered to half-staff until sunset, Monday, February 19 in honor and remembrance of the victims of the Parkland shooting. Our prayers are with them and everyone impacted." Individuals, businesses, and other organizations are encouraged to join in this tribute.

Happy 106th birthday Arizona! Today we celebrated our love for Arizona and our employees!

Happy Birthday, Arizona!

Proud to highlight ADOA employee Marc Tomeoni and his wife Kat as they spoke today during a lunch event highlighting their incredible journey of fostering in partnership with AZ Department of Child Safety​, Christian Family Care Agency and AASK - Aid to Adoption of Special Kids that led them to adopt Domenic and break the cycle of pain and suffering that face thousands of children in Arizona.

Would you or someone you know like to be an intern for the Arizona Department of Administration during the Spring Semester? You will have the opportunity to not only learn how a state government agency runs, but also assist the agency's communication's team with video production, planning employee recognition events, creating newsletters, website and social media posts, and more! If interested, fill out the application below and email it to

And we’re open for business! Come on down to 1537 W. Jackson St. for ADOA’s monthly live sale of surrendered TSA items and State surplus property TODAY from 8-4pm. Don’t miss out on these great deals!!

It's that time again! ADOA's Surplus Property Management Office will be holding its monthly sale on surrendered or lost TSA items as well as State surplus property this Friday, February 2nd. Where: 1537 W. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003 Time: 8:00am-4:00pm Items: 20+ Dell & HP laptops, 40+ computer towers, fine jewelry, power tools, office furniture, toys, board games, kitchen supplies, and more!

Don't forget that the State of Arizona and the City of Phoenix will be hosting a Lunch and Learn event this Friday, February 2nd at Phoenix City Hall to share how to protect your privacy! For starters, here are some tips: --Use strong passwords: Use passwords with 8 characters or more along with a combination of uppercase, lowercase, numbers and symbols.Do not include names of family or pets or other personal information about yourself. --Use a different password for different systems: Never use the same password for business, banking, social media and email. --Use strong authentication: Always opt to enable stronger authentication when available, especially for accounts with sensitive information including your email and bank accounts. See you Friday!

Join the State of Arizona and the City of Phoenix for a "Lunch and Learn" event this Friday, February 2nd from 11:00am-1:00pm for Privacy Day! Data Privacy Day is an international effort held annually to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data, and enabling trust. Check back later this week for some tips and tricks on how to keep your personal content secure!

Governor Ducey has ordered that flags at all state office buildings be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset Saturday, January 27, 2018 for the interment of Specialist Robert W. Jones, of Vail, Arizona, who died while on assignment in Kosovo. Specialist Jones was a member of the 18th Military Police Brigade, of the United States Army, based in Germany. Individuals, businesses, and other organizations are encouraged to join in this tribute

See you at the canyon!

Today we reflect on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. - his words and actions continue to inspire us today, Pictured is the MLK Jr. Memorial, located in the Wesley Bolin Plaza near the State Capitol and open to the public. The monument was dedicated in 1984, and recently restored to repair the effects of weathering. "I have a dream: that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ...We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal..." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

We want to give a shout out to our General Services Division for the improvements they have made to the lighting fixtures in state parking garages. Previously the old and outdated lighting fixtures were on all day and night resulting in high electrical and maintenance costs. After switching all of these lights to LED lighting as well as setting them to come on only when they're needed, the state was able to save over $42,000 in annual savings and electrical consumption has decreased by 80%. Check out the video below for more details on the LED lean improvement project!

ADOA stands against human trafficking, as the Governor highlights the importance of this issue by proclaiming January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month and lighting the capital blue for the month of January. #GOYFF #SeeSomethingSaySomething #WearBlue