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    Join the dynamic senior leadership team in the Department of Treasury, Bureau of the Fiscal Service. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service promotes the financial integrity and operational efficiency of the U.S. government through the provision of accounting, financing, collections, payments, and shared services.

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    Responsibilities

    The Executive Director of the Financial Management Quality Service Management Office (FM QSMO) is responsible for providing leadership, direction and guidance in the management of FM QSMO activities. These activities are government-wide in nature with far reaching impacts for all federal agencies.   The work of the position is guided by the following guiding principles:

    • Focus on customer experience
    • Maximize the strategic value of data
    • Deliver progress using agile processes

    Treasury is responsible for establishing and managing the FM QSMO and leading government-wide efforts to develop a financial management services marketplace to be available and used by all federal agencies. Quality Service Management Offices were established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as a new approach and strategy toward expanding the use of shared solutions. The FM QSMO will broker agency access to a marketplace of commercial and federal providers offering flexibility and choice of standards-based solutions.  

    The FM QSMO in Treasury is the primary liaison between federal agencies and providers of marketplace solutions, both commercial and public sector. As such, the organization works collaboratively with senior leaders in the Treasury Department, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), General Services Administration (GSA), as well as agency Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and Chief Information Officers (CIOs), government-wide system standard setting committees, including the Financial Management Standards Committee (FMSC) and other related financial management committees, boards and industry groups and vendors.

    The incumbent serves as the face of the FM QSMO within Treasury and speaks authoritatively to leaders and decision makers in the commercial and public sectors about the mission, vision and goals of the FM QSMO. The incumbent has a broad knowledge around government-wide financial management policies and practices, as well as the use of core financial management systems. The FM QSMO strives to deliver the marketplace with “Best in Class” services available to all agencies, delivering benefits including ease of entry through pre-established contracts, quick and timely access to innovations, and lower cost of offerings.

    The Executive Director’s actions and decisions significantly impact the outcome and results of the program and the accomplishment of Fiscal Service’s mission as a central financial agency. S/he serves as a government-wide voice for QSMO and promotes standardized processes and data, reduced operation and maintenance costs, modernized and automated processes, and improved customer satisfaction. Specific duties include:

    • Recommends organizational goals/objectives for the policies, programs, and functions in the FM QSMO under the responsibility of the Deputy Commissioner, Fiscal Accounting and Shared Services, and the standards, performance measures, procedures and program plans which contribute to the strategic business mission of the Fiscal Service.
    • Advises the Deputy Commissioner, Fiscal Accounting and Shared Services, on day-to-day matters pertaining to the conduct and progress of FM QSMO activities and on the coordination and integration of the operations and activities of the FM QSMO with other segments of the Fiscal Service, Treasury, OMB, GSA, federal agencies, and other stakeholders.
    • Develops short-term and long-term strategies for ensuring that the FM QSMO marketplace solutions meet agency financial management needs and support business process requirements for financial accounting activities and functions.
    • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with high-level management personnel in Fiscal Service, Treasury, OMB, GSA, federal agencies and stakeholders to execute current operations, implement new initiatives or process changes, and resolve complex problems.
    • Serves as one of the expert staff advisors and represents the Deputy Commissioner and Treasury officials with senior management officials of other government agencies to discuss issues relating to government-wide solutions and services that can be utilized to further federal financial management goals and objectives.
    • Provides expert consulting advice to federal agencies and Federal Shared Service Providers (FSSPs) in the assessments of agency readiness to move to FM QSMO solutions, specifically in the area of SaaS readiness; the development of financial plans and joint business cases; acquisition of FM QSMO solutions and services; implementation and integration of solutions; and project management, including a focus on change management as it relates to business process.
    • Participates with the Fiscal Assistant Secretary, Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner and other Assistant Commissioners on various committees, boards, and councils for determining the Federal Government's financial management systems direction.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - This position may involve travel to meet with officials from Treasury, Office of Management and Budget, and other officials in various geographical locations.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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