Former Treasury Official, Richard L. Gregg joins H.J. Steininger PLLC

 

(Palm Beach Gardens, FL)—Former Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury, Richard (Dick) Gregg, joined H.J. Steininger (HJS) PLLC as a Managing Director, it was announced today.

GreggIn his position with HJS, Gregg will be heavily involved in growing the HJS practice, which is focused on modernizing and improving federal financial management with an immediate emphasis on implementing financial and administrative shared services and the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act. Gregg recently retired after a second tour of duty at the Department of the Treasury. Earlier in his career, Gregg served as Commissioner of the Financial Management Service for nine years and before that as Commissioner of the Bureau of the Public Debt for 10 years. Gregg also held numerous other management positions at Treasury during his career.

The Fiscal Assistant Secretary, who reports to the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, is responsible for developing policy on payments, collections, debt financing operations, electronic commerce, government wide accounting, and government investment fund management. The responsibility also includes managing the government’s daily cash position and producing the cash and debt forecasts used to determine the size and timing of the government’s financing operations. During his tenure as Fiscal Assistant Secretary, Dick was instrumental in the merging of the Financial Management Service and the Bureau of the Public Debt into the Bureau of the Fiscal Service. The Fiscal Service serves as the financial infrastructure of the Federal government, managing payments, collections, cash management, financing, central accounting, issuance of Treasury securities, and delinquent debt collection. Gregg said of his move, “I am very pleased to be joining Hank Steininger and his team. I believe there are great opportunities to make significant improvements in government financial management and these advances can be accomplished through collaboration, innovative thinking and a firm commitment to change.” “Throughout his career, Dick has positively transformed the way the federal government performs its financial management responsibilities” said Hank Steininger, CEO of HJS. “Our clients and teaming partners will greatly appreciate the enhancement of our services due to Dick’s insights, relationships, and ability to drive solutions tailored to our clients.”

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