Ms. DaCari A. Graham is currently the Division Chief for the Financial Policy Division, of the Office of Financial Management. As the Division Chief of the Financial Policy Division, Ms. Graham is the principle lead on all financial, donations and travel policy for the department. She is instrumental in ensuring all Office of Management and Budget, Treasury, and Federal Accounting Standards Board standards are implemented and followed throughout the department, as well as serving as a lead in coordinating the Agency Financial Report and issuance guidance on behalf on the Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Director, Office of Financial Mangement. Ms. Graham has been instrumental in carrying out policies and financial management activities including identifying accounting and budgetary issues and developing progressive fiscal management practices to address said issues. Ms. Graham has more than 10+ years in federal accounting and has served as an Auditor at Williams, Adley & Company, Limited Liability Partnership and KPMG Auditing Firm. Her federal career has consisted of work at Food and Drug Administration, Immigration and Custom Enforcement and Housing and Urban Development. Food and Drug Administration - Deputy Director, Division of Payment ServicesOversaw over 29,000 payments with 75,000 distribution lines annually for approximately $1.3 billion to Food and Drug Administration vendors. Provided expert advice in specialized area of accounting, developing policies and financial management program goals. Conducted and coordinated long range and comprehensive systems studies for the design, modification, and implementation of automated accounting systems. Determined accounting data requirements. Conducted studies for special projects. Developed procedural manuals, methods, and directives and created/updated division policies and guides specially related to the Improper Payments Act. Immigration and Customs Enforcement- Branch Chief, Financial Analysis and Financial PropertyOversaw all activity associated with recording of assets, accumulated depreciation for Real Property, Personal Property, and Internal-Use-Software. Analyzed the financial statements and related trial balances which included investigating abnormal balances and analytical tie-points for discrepancies. Researched and reconciled all discrepancies, auditing and verifying documents and following internal controls. Monitored Notice of Findings and Remediations, coordinated and executed remediation efforts for Mission Action Plans. Participated in Department of Homeland Security led G-Invoicing Agency Implementation, Intragovernmental and Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 working groups. Participated with Enhancements Change Advisory Board to review and prioritize System Change Requests for all branches. Department of Housing and Urban Development - Senior Staff Accountant, Financial Reporting and AnalysisAssisted with the design, implement and development of automated accounting systems. Reviewed legislation and regulations. Developed and monitored accounting internal control programs by identifying problem areas and developing solutions to improve operating program effectiveness. Developed procedural manuals, methods, and directives. Conducted financial analyses, audits, and/or investigations of major foreign and/or domestic businesses. Researched Treasury scenarios and accounting standards to ensure agency posting models are USSGL compliant. Ms. Graham holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Delaware State and resides in Maryland.