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Former Treasury official Gregg joins accountancy practice

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Dick Gregg, former fiscal assistant secretary of the Treasury, has joined H.J. Steininger PLLC as managing partner.

At Treasury, Gregg headed up government-wide accounting operations, and helped steer the effort to merge the Financial Management Service and the Bureau of the Public Debt into the recently established Bureau of Fiscal Service.

Gregg was also the top official leading implementation of the Data Accountability and Transparency Act, which requires agencies to make more spending data open and extensible.

H.J. Steininger, based in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., specializes in public sector accounting and management consulting services. Areas of focus include advising agencies on shared services, cloud computing, data center consolidation, performance management, Data Act implementation and more. The firm works with clients across civilian and defense agencies.

Posted by Adam Mazmanian on Oct 03, 2014 at 8:15 AM


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