Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Just four days after the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the designation of four shared services financial management providers, Federal agency experts come together at the 14th annual Government Performance Summit (GPS2014) to discuss the successful use of the shared-services model.
Amid the government mandate to stop building costly, agency-specific systems, OMB and Treasury named four vendors that would provide core accounting and other services to Federal agencies.
Elizabeth Angerman, Director, Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation, Department of the Treasury joins:
“It’s with the warmest of welcomes that the Government Performance Summit brings together this distinguished panel of Treasury officials and Shared Services Providers to discuss this important initiative and how shared services providers are helping provide value across government,” explains Diane Denholm, Policy Director, The Performance Institute, and moderator of the session. “These notable officials are leading the way as we pursue initiatives to streamline the way government delivers services internally, with a particular focus on the core administrative and financial functions that are common across the government.”
About the 14th annual Government Performance Summit
GPS2014 is presented this year by The Performance Institute (http://www.performanceinstitute.org) and the Association of Government Accountants (https://www.agacgfm.org ). The event brings together professionals who are leading the way in finance and performance within their federal agencies, state and local governments, and commercial organizations. Get more information about GPS2014 by visiting http://www.governmentperformance.org.