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Dynamic, respected and proven Finance Director with a demonstrated track record of leading fundamental finance planning, budget development, building sustainable teams and developing critical and sustainable financial accounting for key government agencies. Denote a solid grasp of emerging technologies, cost containment and human capital requirements that serve as the foundation of tactical initiatives, strategic program planning and performance management platforms that ensure viability in a volatile and challenging economic climate. Solid leader and communicator with the ability to gain traction for strategic direction, secure cooperation of team and align daily financial business activities for long-term objectives.

Core Competencies
Financial Oversight • Performance Benchmarks and Metrics • Risk Assessment • Decrease Liabilities
Internal/External Alliances • Financial Planning • Resources Budgeting • Negotiation • Fiscal Management
Operational Planning • Strategic Analysis • Communications • Automated Accounting • Auditing • Analysis & Planning Budget Development & Adherence • Financial Process Development • Financial Analysis • Government Accountability Process Streamlining • Customer Relations • Workforce Development • Grant/Contract Management

Department of Labor, Washington • D.C. 2009 – 2011
Director Financial System Accountability Officer
Financial System Accountability Officer, Division of Financial Accountability and Reporting at the U.S. Department of Labor with oversight of staff in financial planning, budgeting, execution and accounting for all resources appropriated for the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. Manage all budget, accounting, and financial management programs and operations, and serve as primary advisor on fiscal management that included all financial systems and operations, policies and procedures, and internal management controls. Provide audit recommendations and advice to senior officials of Employment and Training Administration from Office of Inspector General, Director and Deputy Director, regarding detailed financial analyses.
Key Highlights:
• Advised Assistant Secretary for Administration/CFO on relevant Chief Financial Officers Act, the Federal Managers Financial Improvement Act, the Government Management Reform Act, and other legislation, regulations designed to increase the integrity of Federal financial management programs.
• Reviewed and commented on reports used for internal ETA use, or for Departmental, OMB, GAO or Congressional use, and oversaw workforce development investment discretionary spending process.
Department of Labor OIG, Washington • D.C. 2009 – 2011
Assistant Director
America Recovery Act Assistant Director Department of Labor, led staff of auditors and contractors in development and implementation of complex American Recovery Reinvestment Act Program budget that totaled $6MM. Managed all contracts, budget, accounting, and financial management programs and operations, and oversaw all phases of agency programs that included Office of Management and Budget (OMB) submissions and Congressional Justifications. Strategically developed systematic time management and audit practice program for productivity enhancement. Participated in management strategic planning and aided in forecasting annual departmental budgeting processes based on historical data that set achievable target goals.
Key Highlights:
• Developed user fee proposal that was enacted by Congress and implemented within two budget years of initiation and now funding 20% of agency’s programs and so successful that authorized personnel and funding levels were increased by 10% since implementation.
• Recommended changes to legislation, regulations, programs and procedures, including DOL’s Recovery Act related programs, initiatives and grant processes.
• Strategically tracked performance of the America Recovery Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and kept with policies and investment guidelines established by congressional house committee.

Department of Labor, Washington • D.C. 2006 – 2009
Managing Auditor
Provided staffing and development of policies and procedures, risk assessments, audit plans, audit programs, and management philosophy for Division of International Union Audits Department (DIUA). Successfully met and overcame the cultural and management challenges and achieved a controls/oriented environment, implemented processes for full staff development in select large and high-risk businesses and developed internal audit policies/procedures for overall operations. Developed and implemented new automated budget formulation system that reduced personnel hours by 20%, expedited submission and reduced revision response times by 10%, and improved agency product—awarded letter of commendation by OMB and special award from agency head for project leadership and cost containment success.
Key Highlights:
• Oversaw all accounts, ledgers, and reporting systems, ensuring compliance with appropriate Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), regulatory requirements, and Office of Management and Budget audit requirements).
• Spearheaded organization of new accounting policies, practices, and systems that improved existing accounting processes, and improvements in production and accuracy.
• Improved financial reporting and analytical processes, resulting in enhanced understanding and control of the agency’s financial status.
Department of Defense OIG Arlington • VA 2004 – 2006
Financial Auditor Team Leader
Managed staff of 10 Auditors and Program Specialists responsible for the Department of Defense Financial Statements Audit. Performed budget execution that included projecting and analyzing potential effects of budgetary actions on program viability and attainment of program objectives and rate of expenditures of funds than evaluated data and prepared budget presentations and strategies.
Key Highlight:
• Developed and implemented program that exposed fraud and corruption within world unions, trained and supported team and provided strategies to address dangers and resistance from management, employees and vendors.
• Significant contributions to several agency-wide financial automation projects, leading a subgroup that identified, reviewed, and made recommendations for off-the-shelf accounting and financial management software.
• Provided cost containment automated financial management system that improved efficiency and accuracy, downsized operation by 20 employees, and reduced annual budget by $500K.
Customs and Border Protection Washington • D.C. 2002 – 2004
Financial Auditor
Financial Manager for Customs and Border Protection with more than 12 years experience that included strategic planning, financial management, budget and cash management, project management, process improvement strategies, employee training/development and compliance. Provided management with information on effects and implications of newly enacted laws and directives published by agencies, the General Accounting Office, Office of Management and Budget, Treasury Department, Office of Personnel Management, General Services Administration and other Federal agencies.
Key Highlight:
• Led a group of auditors, accountants, and management analysts, and agency program managers in formulating budget for new program that supported Presidential Directive 2003-04, Reducing Waste in Government, at the personal request of the Assistant Secretary for Administration.
• Assisted agency leadership in the presentation of developed waste production proposal and budget recommendation to OMB and the Congress.
• Agency reported 10% reduction in waste after 2 years of operations under new program.

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Gunnery Sergeant E-7 – United States Marine Corps


MBA – 2006
BS, Information Systems – 2001
BA, Accountant – 2000
Columbia Union College, Takoma Park • MD

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