Mr. Stephen Bagby is currently assigned as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics. He is responsible for the technical direction of cost and economic analysis activities in cost management, performance measurement, systems acquisition, force structure, civilian personnel, installations and operations and support Mr. Bagby has served the Armyís Financial Management Community for 28 years, primarily in Budgeting and Cost Analysis fields. He served in the U.S. Army from 1967 to 1969. He began his civilian career in budgeting at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and has held budgeting positions at installation, major command, and Headquarters DA levels. Mr. Bagby has served as Chief of the Procurement Division, Army Budget Office, in the Pentagon. In addition, he also functioned as the Chief of Budget Execution in the Armyís Budget Office.
Mr. Stephen A. Pawlow is currently assigned to the Acquisition Costing Directorate in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics. He has served the DoD Financial Mgt Community for over 17 years as a soldier, contractor, and Army Civilian. For more than half of his 20-year active duty career in both the Active Army and in the U.S. Army Reserve (Active Guard and Reserve), he served as a Field Artilleryman and Personnel Manager. During his last eight active duty years, he held resource management positions in the Office, Chief Army Reserve and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) as a Budget Officer, Congressional Affairs Contact Officer, and Comptroller Proponency Officer. After retiring in 1995, he worked for User Technology Associates, serving as the Administrative Officer and Budget Officer of the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Office. Since becoming an Army Civilian in 1996, Mr. Pawlow has served the Armyís Acquisition and Comptroller Communities as a cost analyst and program analyst, working on a variety of projects and programs, including tracked vehicles, light tactical vehicles, mobile electric power, Future Scout and Cavalry System, Future Combat Systems, munitions, CH-47, and Acquisition Workforce career management. He holds Acquisition Corps Level III Certification in Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management.
Mr. Jerry Bogle is currently assigned to the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Operations, Financial Reporting Directorate. He oversees the production of the Army Working Capital Fund Financial Statements, the Financial Management portion of the Armyís submission for the Presidentís Management Agenda, and the Armyís CFO training. Mr. Bogle has served the Armyís Financial Management Community for 27 years, primarily in Accounting and Budgeting. He served in the U.S. Army from 1977 to 1981, as a staff Finance Corps officer with the Assistant Comptroller of the Army (Finance and Accounting) (ACOA (F&A)) (now DFAS-Indianapolis). He began his civilian career with the ACOA (F&A) and has held accounting and budgeting positions at installation, major command, and Headquarters DA levels. Mr. Bogle has served as Budget Officer, VII Corps; OMA Fiscal Officer, PM Army WMCCS Information System; a member of the DFAS Consolidation Team, DFAS-Arlington; and Team Leader, Management Accounting Team, Army Materiel Command. Mr. Bogle has been active in ASMC for 15 years, serving in a variety of positions in several chapters over the years.
McGrath is the Deputy Director for Business
Modernization Systems Integration (BMSI) in the Office of
the Under Secretary of Defense Comptroller.
She was previously the Deputy Director for Systems
Integration for the Defense Finance and Accounting Service.
She has a Bachelors Degree in Economics from George
Mason University and a graduate of the Federal Executives
is also certified as a Level III Program Manager.
She was a speaker on BMSI at the 2004 Washington
Mr. Nick Gaglio is an accountant currently working in the Financial Statement and Analysis Section in the Accounting Directorate, DFAS-Arlington. He previously served in a variety of accounting, budgeting, and program management positions in Europe and CONUS for a CPA firm, the U.S. Navy, DLA, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and DFAS. He also served as theatre Banking Officer while attached to U.S. Naval Forces Europe. Mr. Gaglio holds a B. S. in Business Studies with a Major in Accounting from Richard Stockton College, and pursued MBA study under the Secretary of the Navy Academic Fellowship program at George Washington University. He has been a member of ASMC since 1981.
Mr. Jim Anderholm, Deputy Director for Resource Analysis in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army. Since 1990 he had served as a Budget Analyst in various directorates of the Army Budget Office. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, a Master of Science in Systems Management from the University of Southern California, and a Master of Science in National Security Strategy from the National War College. Jim retired from the US Army Reserve in 1998 after serving 23 years in both active and reserve assignments.
Ms. Ednora Armour-Ohanmu is a Senior Budget Analyst at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, Information Technology Center's (SPAWAR ITC) Washington Detachment Office in the Navy Annex. She began federal service with Department of the Army in 1983 and has over 20 years of experience in PPBES for O&M, Procurement and RDTE appropriations. Ms. Armour-Ohanmu previously worked as a Business Financial Manager for the Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System Program Management Office in New Orleans. In 1997, she was dispatched to the Pentagon working for the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics on a 6 month assignment. Since July 1999, she has been a member of the Acquisition Professional Community and obtained Level III Acquisition certification in Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management from Defense Acquisition University. She graduated from the Professional Military Comptroller Course at Maxwell Air Force Base in November 2003, Defense Resource Management Course at the Naval Postgraduate School in January 2000, received Paralegal Certification from Oakland University in August 1993, and has a Master of Science Degree from Central Michigan University (1979). She is a life member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers.
Ms. Tori Weaver joined the SAF/FMPW team December 2003 as a Financial Analyst. The chronology of her experience is the following; She received a BA in Accounting in 1994 and a MBA in 1995, both from West Virginia University. From 1996-1999, She assumed a position as Palace Acquire Intern at Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. 1999-2001, She assumed the Financial Analyst position at HQ ACC/FMAO (Langley AFB, VA). From 2001-2003, she assumed the position of Financial Analyst at HQ AFSOC/FMO (Hurlburt Field, FL). In 2002, she mastered the Financial Management Staff Officer Course (FMSOC). She is a member of ASMC
Mrs. Sandra Wright is a Budget Analyst in the Budget Coordination Branch of Program and Resources Department, Headquarters Marine Corps. Sandraís professional background includes over 17 years of financial management experience. Her ASMC contributions include serving as a member of the Washington Chapter Executive Board as service Vice President and Assistant Secretary. Other contribution include Chapter Awards Board member, Community Service volunteer, 2003 Registration chairperson for the Mini PDI, and 2002/2003 chapter representative at the National Mid-year Council meeting. She holds a Masters of Public Administration from Troy State University and a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of the District of Columbia.
Mr. Warren Cottingham is a Financial Analyst with the US Coast Guard (CG) where he is responsible for developing the CGís financial enterprise architecture plan and ensuring that CG financial systems meet Federal financial management standards and requirements. This includes compliance with the US Standard General Ledger (USSGL) and FACTS I/II. Prior to joining the CG in April 2000, he was a Systems Accountant with the Department of Treasury Financial Management Service where he was responsible for testing agency financial systems for compliance with Federal standards, reviewing agency posting logic for compliance with the USSGL, conducting FMFIA and FFMIA reviews and preparing Treasuryís Fiscal Systems FMFIA report.
Mr. Craig Silcox is a Senior Manager for KPMG LLP, the international accounting firm. His area of concentration is federal accounting and auditing. His DoD clients have included OSD, the US Army, DFAS, and DISA. Prior to his private sector employment, he served 27 years in the U.S. Army. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Government Financial Manager. He earned a B.S. in Business from Cameron University and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Missouri and is a graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.
Ms. Lucy Williams - is a Legislative Research Specialist in the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), Plans and Systems Directorate. She has been an active member of ASMC Washington Chapter since joining in 1998. Within that time, she has assisted at ASMC Symposiums, assisted at PDI's and is now serving as Membership Chairman.
Ms. Susan Eldridge is a Systems Accountant for the Accounting Directorate, DFAS Arlington. She has worked in financial management within the Department of Defense for over twenty-five years for the Air Force, Navy, Army, Defense Logistics Agency and DFAS. She has an Associate Degree in Accounting and a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland. She is both a Certified Defense Financial Manager and a Certified Government Financial Manager.
Ms. Williams is a Systems Accountant working in the Financial & Accounting Oversight Directorate of ASA (FM&C). Ms. Williams holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She has over 21 years of Federal Government experience and is a Certified Government Financial Manager. She has served in various positions such as: Staff Accountant, Budget Analyst, Resource Analyst, and Management Analyst.
Ms. Brenda LaFleur is the Assistant Acquisition Manager for the NATO Seasparrow Missile Project Office. She has worked in financial management within Navy for 10 years. She has been an active member of the ASMC Washington Chapter since 2000 and is now also serving as the National PDI Chairman for the Chapter Booth.
Major Lasheeco Graham currently serves as an O&M Appropriation Manager for the Budget Operations Directorate, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary (Budget) for the Air Force. Previous assignments include analyst at Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, VA; Chief, Financial Analysis Branch at Tyndall AFB, FL; and Acquisitions Officer at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. She has a BS degree in Business Administration from Fayetteville State University and an MS in Management from Troy State University.
LCDR John Imahori is a Financial Analyst with the US Coast Guard. His recent assignments included: development of standard personnel costs and standard rates for Coast Guard assets and services, with continuing work in activity based cost management. He received his B.S. in Marine Science from the US Coast Guard Academy and holds a MBA in Finance and International Trade Management from Georgia Southern University.
Brian Boshart is a senior manager in the Financial and Business Services Group of Perot Systems Government Services. Mr. Boshart leads the PSGS Information Technology capital planning and investment control practice. In this capacity, he provides financial and performance management and best practice consulting to the Army, OSD, DFAS, as well as multiple civilian agencies. Mr. Boshart received a B.A. from GWU.
Mr. Victor Ackley, a University of Oklahoma graduate, served 30 years on active duty in the U. S. Navy. His operational assignments included command of a hydrofoil and a guided missile frigate. He earned a post graduate degree in Financial Management from the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School. He served as the Operations & Maintenance Appropriation Program Manager for the ACNO (Surface Warfare), as Comptroller of Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington, and as the Comptroller of Naval Sea Systems Command in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Ackley has completed Massachusetts Institute of Technologyís Senior Executive Program. Selected for the Senior Executive Service (SES) in 2000, he currently serves the Director of the Navy's Field Support Activity. He is a proven subspecialist in Financial Management and is designated a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM). He has been certified in Department of Defense acquisition to Level III (the highest level) in the Business, Cost Estimating and Financial Management career field. He is a member of the Association of Government Accountants, past president of the Washington Chapter of the ASMC and the Navy VP to the ASMC National Executive Board.
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