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Meet A Few IBC Employees - Kae




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Kae Betz

Name: Kae

Job Title: Section Chief – Internal Control and Audit Liaison

Directorate: Financial Management Directorate (FMD)

Office: Denver

Education: Associates Degree and 25+ years of federal service


Why did you decide to come to the Interior Business Center?

I was part of the merger of three Department-wide administrative service centers back in 1999.


Why do you like working at the Interior Business Center?

I see so many opportunities for the Interior Business Center to be on the cutting edge to provide outstanding services to our customers and I can be a part of these opportunities. I can contribute to a solution and help make IBC work more effectively and efficiently.

What is unique about your role?

I am able to help identify areas that need improvement to support reliable financial reporting, and compliance with laws and regulations.

What cool/interesting projects have you worked on at the Interior Business Center?

I worked on a communication project action team that reached out to employees to improve communication. We produced a monthly newsletter that spotlighted employees as well as providing timely information on happenings within the directorate. It was so much fun to interview people and get to know them. I came away with a much greater appreciation for the work done and the contributions they made.

What has been the most amazing experience or day you've had at the Interior Business Center thus far?

While working on a project for a Department of the Interior bureau, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, I had the opportunity to visit a forested area in the state of Washington. The access to this area was normally limited only to the tribes and tribal members. Being surrounded by a pristine forest was unforgettable. The crisp smell in the air and watching the birds in flight was so peaceful. I really felt I was standing on a very special place on earth. Awesome!

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