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As Deputy Auditor General for Financial Management Audits, acts for and exercises authority of the Principal Deputy Auditor General and The Auditor General in the formulation and execution of plans, policies, programs and procedures to provide comprehensive Army-wide and single location audit service. Establishes policy and program guidance for overall Agency coverage of Army-wide and single location audits in a variety of Financial Management functional programs. Technical decisions are accepted as authoritative. Review of work is done primarily through an evaluation of the overall effect of total accomplishments of assigned audit programs and mission, including the extent to which program goals are met. Assures that balanced audit coverage is achieved within audit resources allocated to functional programs. Maintains a working relationship with DA agencies/ elements, DOD and GAO and other audit activities. Constitutes an operational Agency element with respect to audits performed by the directorate staff. Manages a staff composed of four (4) GS-15 Program Directors charged with functional program areas. Provides both line and/or staff supervision of over 125 field auditors conducting audits in assigned functional program areas. Evaluates the technical and managerial competence of key personnel. Exercises operational control over 6 Agency field offices located worldwide. Assures efficient staff training and development, effective communications, and continued emphasis on Equal Employment Opportunity. Statutory authority addressing the audit function and placement within the Department of the Army is found in the:
- Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950 (Title 31 U.S. Code, Section 3512) requiring establishment of an effective internal audit function in each Government agency;
- Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986 (P.L. 99-433) (Title 10 U.S. Code, Section 3014) providing for the placement of the audit function under the authority of the Secretary of the Army; and
- Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act of 1982 (Title 31 U.S. Code, Section 3512) that requires an internal auditing function under the control of the Secretary in order to comply with Comptroller General Standards in fulfilling his/her management responsibilities.
Other sources of guidance and authorities can be found in ARs 10-5 and 36 2 and DA General Orders No. 3 (9 July 2002) and policy statements from the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Army, and Executive Orders and letters.
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