Eric D. Still is currently the Deputy Director of the Office of Financial Management (PFM) for the Department of the Interior. As the Deputy Director of PFM, Mr. Still oversees the day-to-day services of the Departmental Offices Financial Division (DOF), Financial Reporting Division (FRD) Financial Policy Division (FPO), Internal Control and Audit Follow-up (ICAF), Financial Systems and Data Analytics Division (FSDA) and serves as a financial advisor to the Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Director of PFM.
Mr. Still has over 10+ years of professional accounting, treasury management, audit, financial operations and financial reporting expertise with the Federal Government and over 30 years’ experience including the private sector. He has led several high-profile projects and implemented several new business solutions that allowed organizations to perform more efficient in the private and government sector and recognizes the importance of accountability, transparency, governance and measurable reporting as the key to a successful organization. Mr. Still is a strategic thinker and coalition builder with experience building, developing and motivating teams. His expertise consists of the full range of government financial management activities including the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990, the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), the Anti Deficiency Act (ADA), Economy Act 1932, OMB A-123 Management’s Responsibility for Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Controls and OMB A-136 Financial Reporting standards.
Prior to serving as the Deputy Director of PFM, Mr. Still served in key positions:
Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
Acting, Associate Chief Financial Officer
Provided daily leadership over Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) $1.1 trillion trust fund program and $1.2 billion revolving fund program
Chief, Financial Reporting and Analysis
Led the transfer of the $1.3 billion National Background Investigation Bureau (NBIB) program to the Defense Counterintelligence Security Agency (DCSA) a component of the Department of the Defense (DoD).
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Senior Staff Accountant
Subject Matter Expert (SME) on the implementation of the New Core project and financial data conversion for the General Ledger reconciliation. The first cabinet-level agency to move core financial systems to a Federal Shared Service Provider.
Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Chief, Funds Management Branch I
Oversaw payments of $2.2 billion in grants and in moving the agency forward to a new payment system. Received two USDA Secretary Awards for the Beginning Farmers and Small Business program.
District of Columbia Government, Office of the Tax and Revenue
Revenue Accounting Manager
Facilitated and communicated new financial policies and procedures leveraging OMB Circular A-123 and The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) guidance and standards to restore public trust due to the Office of Tax and Revenue $50 million embezzlement scandal.
Eric majored in Accounting at Norfolk State University and is also married with four children.