Assistant Director (Management)/Chief Financial Officer at ATF

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    Rick Holgate

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    The Assistant Director (Management)/Chief Financial Officer (CFO) serves as the principal assistant to the Director in planning and
    executing all the management support programs of ATF to include:
    financial management, human resources, asset forfeiture and seized
    property, procurement, internal controls, and facilities and space
    management. The incumbent provides managerial direction and policy
    guidance to approximately 300 employees in four divisions within the
    Office of Management: the Logistics and Acquisitions Division, the
    Financial Management Division, the Human Resources Division, and the
    Management Analysis Staff. In addition, the incumbent is a member of
    ATF’s Strategic Leadership Team and actively participates in developing
    ATF’s strategic plan and establishing ATF’s mission and goals.

    As Chief Financial Officer, the incumbent provides strong leadership in
    financial, human resources, acquisition management activities and is
    responsible for ensuring the following: (1) Leadership and guidance on
    the general principles, standards, practices, and functions of financial
    management (e.g., financial planning and programming, budget
    formulation, budget execution, cost management, accounting, financial
    analysis, financial systems management, and financial reporting and
    evaluation); (2) Establishment of uniform accounting standards and
    procedures for ATF financial operations; (3) Administrative control over
    the use of appropriated funds to ensure that funds are used only for
    authorized purposes and obligations and expenditures do not exceed
    amounts authorized and available; (4) The accounting system provides
    complete, reliable, consistent, and timely financial information in the
    preparation of the Bureau’s financial statements; (5) Oversight of the
    annual CFO audit in cooperation with the Department of Justice’s Office
    of Inspector General; (6) The Bureau’s compliance with reporting
    requirements, consistent with the provisions of the Federal Managers’
    Financial Integrity Act, on the status of administrative and financial
    management controls; (7) Compliance with federal acquisition guidelines;
    and (8) Recruiting, hiring, and professional development of human

    The incumbent ensures management programs are closely coordinated with the various operational programs and are directed to
    provide maximum support and enhancement of ATF’s main mission. The
    incumbent represents the Bureau in dealing with members of Congress and
    high level officials in the Department of Justice, Office of Management
    and Budget (OMB), Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Government
    Accountability Office (GAO), General Services Administration (GSA), and
    the like.

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