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On-Demand Video Training

This training is given by financial management professionals for financial management professionals.

Fiscal Service offers on-demand video training on relevant topics important to federal employees within the federal financial management community.

For the videos from the Federal Financial Managers' Year-End Educational Event in September 2020, please visit https://fiscal.treasury.gov/training/federal-financial-managers-year-end-educational-event.html

Central Accounting Reporting System (CARS) Training

The CARS ATM Authority (AAS) Webinar and Demo features the new, more modern look and feel, and the improved features of the Authority Module (Non-Expenditure Transfers, and Appropriation Warrants). If you are a regular user of CARS, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to see the changes demonstrated in this video.

Customer Relationship Management Practices and Training

Fiscal Service One Voice Customer Relationship Management

Fiscal Service’s One Voice Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool organizes businesses customer engagement activities by synchronizing customer service operations.

One Voice Customer Relationship Management Demo

See Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s new OneVoice CRM platform. This demo will show you how to use this tool, which provides a 360 view of our customers to facilitate greater collaboration across service delivery.

Presentations from the 2020 JFMIP

The 2020 JFMIP

An introduction to the 2020 JFMIP.

Principals Roundtable and Scantlebury Award

The JFMIP Principals work in cooperation with each other and with operating agencies to improve and coordinate financial management policies and practices throughout the government. In this session, the Principals or their representatives will discuss with the audience important federal financial management topics. The panelists include Gene Dodaro, Comptroller of the United States, Dave Lebryk, Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Department of Treasury, Patrick Corrigan, Senior Advisor at the Office of Management and Budget, and Beryl Davis, Director at the Government Accountability Office. This session also includes the presentation of the 2020 Scantlebury Award.

Speakers: Gene Dodaro, Dave Lebryk, Patrick Corrigan, Beryl Davis

CFO Act at 30

The world around us is constantly evolving. Technological advances are changing the way that governments and the world approach day to day life and conduct business. The recent pandemic has highlighted the importance of living and working remotely and nimbly. The federal workforce must be able to quickly adapt and learn new skills in order to fully leverage the opportunities and face the challenges that our rapidly changing world presents. This session will feature leaders from across the federal government to explore initiatives that are underway to prepare the federal workforce for this exciting and challenging time.

Speakers: Dave Lebryk, Tim Gribben, Irv Dennis, Dawn Simpson

Innovation in the Federal Government

This interactive session will explore how advanced technologies such as AI, data analytics, and distributed ledger/blockchain deployed today across the federal government are transforming the future of federal financial management and the accountability community in general. We hope you can join us for this informative discussion, moderated by GAO’s Chief Scientist, with GAO’s Chief Data Scientist and technology financial leaders from several federal agencies.

Speakers: Dr. Tim Persons, Amy Edwards, Caryl Brzymialkiewicz, Renata Miskell, Taka Ariga

Evolving-and-Adapting-the-Federal-Workplace

The world around us is constantly evolving. Technological advances are changing the way that governments and the world approach day to day life and conduct business. The recent pandemic has highlighted the importance of living and working remotely and nimbly. The federal workforce must be able to quickly adapt and learn new skills in order to fully leverage the opportunities and face the challenges that our rapidly changing world presents. This session will feature leaders from across the federal government to explore initiatives that are underway to prepare the federal workforce for this exciting and challenging time.

Speakers: Mike Wetklow, Stephen Kunze, Ben Ficks, Eric Popiel

Presentations from GFMCLivesm, 2020

Join Us for GFMCLive

Join the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Fiscal Assistant Secretary, the Commissioner of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service and others for the federal financial management video series. Take this unique opportunity to hear where federal financial management is heading.

Presenters: Dave Lebryk, Tim Gribben, April Battle

The Future of Federal Financial Management

In a very future-oriented talk, U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Commissioner of the Bureau of the Fiscal Service discusses the future of federal financial management over the next few years. He describes the goals that the Fiscal Service has set for the coming year to increase efficiency, advance financial reporting and data, and improve the customer experience. Take this unique opportunity to hear where federal financial management leaders are heading.

Presenters: Dave Lebryk, Tim Gribben, Rhonda Kent, Sandra Paylor Sanders, Mike Linder, Paul Deuley, David Copenhaver

The Treasury Financial Experience (TFX) Interactive

This workshop gives conference attendees an interactive demo of the new Treasury Financial Experience (TFX) website! A mix of Federal users and Treasury staff provide attendees with a unique opportunity for live feedback on how Treasury conveys financial management policy, guidance, and instruction to steer the development of this new resource!

Presenters: Marshall Henry, Tamia Williams, Margot Kaeser

FM QSMO: A New Approach to Financial Management

Treasury has been given responsibility for implementing a new approach to financial management. The Financial Management Quality Service Management Office (FM QSMO) is working with agencies to assess business needs, understand challenges and design a Marketplace of solutions and services that helps agencies meet their financial management goals and objectives.

Presenters: Matt Miller, Laurie Park

Payment Integrity Center of Excellence (PICOE): Working Across Government to Improve the Integrity of Financial Transactions

Join this GFMCLiveSM Chat to engage with industry leaders in an informal discussion that will be solely dedicated to address all your questions regarding Treasury’s Payment Integrity Center of Excellence (PICOE). This trusted Government‐wide service provides you with actionable business insights and solutions that will help transform your agency’s approach to identify, prevent and recover improper payments. This insightful session will position you to leverage your partnership with Treasury to adhere to OMB’s Cross Agency Priority Goal 9 (Getting Payments Right).

Presenters: Gerald Connor, Kevin McDaniels, Ryan Schaedig, Dominique McCreary

Presentations from the Government Financial Management Conference, 2019

Beyond the Foundation: Commissioner’s Panel on Federal Financial Management

Through this engaging conversation with an esteemed panel of federal financial management leaders, learn to optimize federal disbursing, transform federal collections, strengthen financial reporting, and expand services within your agency

Presenters: Tim Gribben, Commissioner, Bureau of the Service, John Hill, Corvelli McDaniel, Gavin Jackson, Mike Linder

Setting the Foundation for OMB M-19-16: Using Treasury Financial Management Standards to Improve Outcomes in Financial System Planning

Learn how the Department of Homeland Security, collaborating with Treasury and the Office of Management and Budget, is using existing financial management standards to improve and standardize core financial management business processes

Presenters: Naomi Miller, Jesrael Lopez-Rosario, Laurie Park, Christine Rodriguez, Homeland Security, Michael Landry, OMB

PIV Access to Business Applications

Learn the technical aspects of Personal Identity Verification credentials across federal agencies.

Presenter: Todd Johnson

What is a Business Event Type Code (BETC)? -- Proper way to use BETCs

Learn more about the ongoing development of BETC guidance and associated resources.

Presenters: Mike David, Mark Ross

Tired of IPAC Wars? An Update on Our Mission to Improve IGT Buy/Sell Processing

Learn more about the progress made implementing G-Invoicing as a long-term solution for improving the accounting and reporting of IGT Buy/Sell activity. You don’t have to be a Jedi to track down an Intra-governmental Payment and Collection (IPAC) transaction!

Presenters: Keith Jarboe, Chris Beck

The Ongoing Government-wide Intragovernmental Elimination Effort: What's Left to Address

Learn the progress on Treasury's efforts to address the intragovernmental transaction and balance differences, material weakness in the financial report, and remaining categorized issues and corrections.

Presenters: Chris Beck, Leah Delbaugh

Order Up! New Additions to the G-Invoicing Menu

Ready to Order? For the past year, federal trading partners have been able to communicate and agree upon their IGT Buy/Sell business by establishing General Terms and Conditions.

Presenters: Alex Abshire, George Pierce

Improve Your Performance. Learn How to Optimize Intragovernmental Settlement with G-Invoicing

Transparent knowledge of activities associated with the Performance of IGT Buy/Sell activity by both federal trading partners is vital to ensuring proper accounting and reporting is accomplished. G-Invoicing will require that Performance data is exchanged and will use this information to initiate fund settlement transactions. Join us to learn how this will work for you.

Presenters: Wes Vincent, Bill Schmidt

Getting to Know You: Learning All about Your Trading Partners

With G-Invoicing, both trading partners must be engaged in order to see a transaction go through the entire process. In this session, discover what we've learned so far from the Implementation Plans we've received, see how you can find your own trading partners' plans, and learn about the various ways -- from tools to training to in-person engagement -- we remain available to help you.

Presenters: Chris Beck, Keith Jarboe

Book 'em: Putting the Debits and Credits to G-Invoicing

Improperly accounting for IGT Buy/Sell Transactions can land you on Fiscal Service's "Most Wanted" list. Don't ruin your clean IGT Scorecard Record. Join us for a walk through of the recently published "G-Invoicing Guide for Basic Accounting and Reporting." This session ensures you know how to properly account for transactions processed through G-Invoicing.

Presenters: Brian Casto, Chris Beck

How Close Are We to An Opinion on the Financial Report of the U.S. Government?

This session will give a status update on the material weaknesses and progress that we, as a government, have made on the Financial Report. It's time to discuss the specific categories that are left...and what each of us can do to correct them.

Presenter: Jaime Saling

Life in the GTAS Lane!

Let our experts provide a demonstration of life in GTAS! This session will take participants from enrollment, to using the system, to certifying your Trial Balance in GTAS.

Presenters: Luke Sheppard, Dan Adams

Improving Financial Reporting and Audit Model

Join us to hear about changes impacting this year’s audit model of the Financial Report of the U.S. Government. Plus, learn more about improvement initiatives that will impact the federal entity level and government-wide level audit for 2020 and beyond.

Presenter: Jaime Saling

Last modified 12/18/20