Office of Financial Management
1849 C Street NW
Mail Stop 5530
Washington, DC 20240
Phone: (202) 208-4701
Fax: (202) 208-6940
The Office of Financial Management (PFM) is responsible for Department-wide functions related to financial and accounting policy and procedures, financial data and data integrity, financial management strategic planning, fiscal and financial reporting including Department-wide coordination of financial statements, financial management systems, the management control program and coordination of audits and audit follow-up. The Office provides executive level leadership and direction, coordinates policy development, program evaluation and guidance, and provides advocacy and support for program and bureau operations in all financial and related functional areas.
The Office of Financial Management is organized into the following six divisions to address the critical financial management issues that confront the U.S. Department of the Interior:
- Audit Management (AM) Division – The AM is responsible for providing guidance, governance, recommendations, corrective action plans, and audit follow-up. The AM helps to ensure compliance with the Chief Financial Officer Act, the full scope of OMB Circular A-50 Revised- Audit Follow-Up, and OMB Circular A-133 Single Audit. The AM also fulfills the Department’s audit follow-up responsibilities by providing oversight and guidance over Bureaus and Offices efforts to address audit findings and recommendations as well as resolving disputed audit findings and recommendations. The AM manages the Conference Approval process for the Department.
- Financial Policy Division (FPD) – The FPO is responsible for coordinating and maintaining financial policy, and other operational policy/areas throughout the agency. This includes reviewing and updating policy from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Department of the Treasury, and for Department-wide decision-making and management, as well as participating in various workgroups to ensure that the interests of DOI are addressed. The FPO is reponsible for asset and debt management policy functions; maximizing the use of electronic media for communicating policies, processing receipts and disbursements; developing and prescribing financial policies, including but not limited to procedures related to cash management and accountability, pay administration and Treasury collections. The FOP manages and coordinates the travel and relocation program for Departmental offices, as well as the entire policy for the Agency and the Department's Partnership and Donation programs.
- Financial Reporting Division (FRD) - Financial Reporting Division (FRD) - The FRD is the principal lead on consolidating the Department’s financial reporting to the Department of the Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The FRD provides reporting leadership and guidance to the Department’s bureaus in preparation of the Agency Financial Report (AFR)/ MD& A Financial and Analysis Section, Reconciliation to the Statement of Budgetary Resources (SF-133), Intragovernmental Differences Report and Reconciliation (IGT) in accordance with Treasury guidance. FRD serves as the authoritative guidance on financial reporting by interpreting and applying governance as defined by OMB A-136 Financial Reporting Requirements, Statements of Federal Financial Accounting (SFFAS), and the Federal Accounting Standard Advisory Board (FASAB) in compliance with the CFO Act of 1990 and the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA).
- Financial Systems and Data Analytics (FSDA) Division – The FSDA is responsible for the monitoring and oversight of the Department’s financial system which is necessary for reporting to the President’s Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Treasury, and for department-wide decision making and management. The FSDA provides audit support to the Department by developing and providing department-wide financial data population files to externals auditors as part of the CFO Audit. The FSDA ensures effective system controls are implemented and supported in the financial system. The FSDA develops and monitors risk assessment dashboards and develops all financial statement templates used in the Agency Financial Report. The FSDA builds and maintains data analytic models and tools for key financial performance metrics to assist leadership in decision making within the Department. The FSDAparticipates in workgroups across the federal government to ensure the interests of DOI are addressed and facilitates workgroups within the financial community at DOI to ensure information is shared throughout the Department.
- Internal Control and Evaluation (ICE) Division – The ICE is responsible for ensuring internal control testing, and assessments throughout the Department, fraud training, fraud awareness, and managing and evaluating these and other financial management risks. The ICE also ensures compliance with the Federal Managers’ Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA) as implemented by OMB Circular No. A-123 regarding internal control over financial reporting, Improper Payments Information Act of 2002, the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act of 2010 (IPERA), and the Improper Payment Elimination and Recovery Improvement Act of 2012.
Office of Financial Management Leadership
Deputy Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Director
Tonya R. Johnson
Deputy Director - Audit and Internal Controls and Associate DCFO
Deputy Director - Financial Operations and Associate DCFO
Eric D. Still
Chief of Staff
Naznin Rahman - Audit Management Division Chief
Julie Ehrlichman - Departmental Offices Finance Officer
DaCari Graham - Financial Policy and Operations Division Chief
Kenneth T. Cason - Financial Reporting Division Chief
Katrina Millette - Financial Systems and Data Analytics Division Chief
Nelson Alvarado - Internal Control and Evaluation Division Chief