Marty Greiner Joins FMS as Assistant Commissioner for Management, Chief Financial Officer
November 15, 2011
CONTACT: FMS Media Relation
On October 24, 2011, Marty Greiner was appointed Assistant Commissioner (AC) for Management, and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Treasury's Financial Management Service. As CFO and AC for Management, Marty is responsible for providing direction and leadership for administrative and financial programs. She also ensures policies developed and implemented for resource management conform to federal and departmental regulatory requirements.
Ms. Greiner comes to FMS with more than 20 years of financial and managerial experience with the federal government. Most recently, she served as CFO at the U.S. Mint. In her first assignment at the Mint as Senior Advisor to the Director, Ms. Greiner was responsible for implementing a new Enterprise Resource Planning System and a shared service arrangement with the Bureau of Public Debt's Administrative Resource Center.
Prior to her work at the Mint, Ms. Greiner began her federal career with the Internal Revenue Service as an intern with the CFO, and quickly progressed to Supervisory Budget Analyst. In 1999, she joined the newly created Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration as the National Director for Performance and Investment/CFO. At TIGTA, Ms. Greiner was instrumental in establishing their financial and performance management program. In 2002, she was selected as Assistant Inspector General for Management Services, responsible for overseeing a variety of diverse programs including financial management, human resources, facilities management, and strategic planning.
Ms. Greiner holds a master's degree in business administration from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE is a bureau of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Our mission is to provide central payment services to federal program agencies, to operate the federal government's collections and deposit systems, to provide government-wide accounting and reporting services and to manage the collection of delinquent debt owed to the government.