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March 2020 AGA DC Chapter Luncheon

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The Hamilton

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Washington, DC 20005

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Our speaker this month will be Tim Soltis, Deputy Controller of the Office of Management and Budget.

Presentation topic: Financial Management System Modernization -- What is different this time?

Learning objectives: By the end of this presentation, attendees should have a better understanding of the evolution of federal financail management system modernization and observations of what is needed to sustain progress going forward.

Speaker Biography: As Deputy Controller, Mr. Soltis serves as a senior member of the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) management team supporting the President's Management Agenda (PMA) and other cross agency priority goals of the financial management community. He also provides leadership to the federal financial management, financial assistance, and real property communities to support their mission, service, and stewardship responsibilities. Mr. Soltis leads the critical work of OMB's statutory Office of Federal Financial Management (OFFM) across a diverse portfolio and on major initiatives. He routinely engages key stakeholders within OMB and across the federal government, the oversight community (such as the Government Accountability Office and the federal Inspector's General community), the financial assistance community (which includes state/local/tribal administrators and financial aid recipients) and external stakeholders (such as the legislative branch, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board and private and not-for-profit partners) Prior to joining OMB, Mr. Soltis served as acting Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Acquisition Officer from May 2016 – January 2018 and as Deputy CFO from March 2013 – June 2018. In those roles, Mr. Soltis led multiple financial and acquisition management programs and activities for the Department of Education, to include accounting for a loan portfolio of over $1.2 trillion in assets and almost $70 billion in budget authority. Mr. Soltis held various senior leadership and audit positions in the Department of Defense, including assignments in Korea and Germany, and in the Intelligence Community where he gained extensive experience leading day-to-day operations of large and complex mission support functions, compiling annual financial reports, and driving large-scale change initiatives to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations.

Instructional Delivery Method: Group-Live

Target Audience: All finance and accounting professionals working in, or providing support to federal, state, and local governments.

Program Level: Basic

Advance Preparation: No prerequisites or advanced preparation are required for this program.

CPE Credit: This program will qualify for 1 CPE credit with confirmed attendance. Credits will be granted based on a 50-minute hour.

Field of Study: Accounting (Governmental)

Early Bird Pricing: The $10.00 early registration special price applies to MEMBER Government employees -- Federal, state, and local!

The early registration deadline is 5:00 PM on Wednesday, March 4, so register immediately to take advantage of this special price!

Refund Policy: AGA DC cannot offer refunds and all transactions are final.

For questions, please contact Veronica Baird at vbaird@kpmg.com.

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Our community service cause this month will be Arts on the Horizon.

Arts on the Horizon is a professional, non-profit theater company with a specific focus of providing high-quality performances and education programs for young audiences and their families.

Arts on the Horizon provides numerous education and outreach programs, including after school programs, to create free and low-cost access to the arts for young children and their families. Additionally, they provide free or reduced-rate after school creative arts classes for those who could not otherwise afford to participate.

Any donation can help to support these programs.

For questions, please contact Charlonda House at chouse@deloitte.com.





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