The Trillion-Dollar Question: How Will Project Management Help Prepare DoD to Pass an Audit?
James E. Short
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3850 Fettler Park Drive
Dumfries, VA, 22025
Registration and breakfast buffet: 08:00 a.m. – 08:45 a.m. Network with project management professionals: 08:00 a.m. – 09:00 a.m. Featured presentation: 09:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Member Pre-registration: $15 Non-Member Pre-registration: $20 On-Site Member Rate: $20 (cash or check only) On-Site Non-Member Rate: $25 (cash or check only) Cancellations and refund requests are accepted up to 48 hours prior to the day of the event. We cannot offer refunds requested after that time. The pre-registration deadline is Wednesday, July 18, 2012.
About the Presentation
By close of business on September 30, 2017, the Department of Defense must be prepared to pass a financial audit. And even before then—by the end of 2014—Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta wants DoD’s available budgetary resources to be able to pass an audit. Considering that the DoD had $1.2 trillion in available budgetary resources in FY 2011—more than any other agency within the Federal Government—these tasks are colossal undertakings. How does DoD even begin to tackle such a monumental goal? Join us on Saturday, July 21, 2012, to hear James E. Short, former DoD Deputy Chief Financial Officer as well as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the United States Air Force for Financial Operations and now a director at Acuity, one of the firms helping the Pentagon in its audit readiness effort. Mr. Short will discuss how DoD will tackle the auditability challenges ahead through strong, values-driven leadership and powerful, effective project management.
Free parking will be available.
About the Speaker
James E. Short
James E. Short, a former member of the Senior Executive Service, was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Financial Operations, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Management and Comptroller, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C.
Mr. Short was the principal adviser to the Assistant Secretary and the Air Force senior staff on all issues involving the amended Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990, and related financial management reforms. He was responsible at the executive level for assuring the Air Force complies with legislative and executive financial management mandates leading to the effective and efficient use of Air Force resources.
Mr. Short began his federal career in 1967 with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a fingerprint examiner. He joined the U.S. Marine Corps infantry in 1968 and was honorably discharged in 1970, after completing a 13-month tour of duty in Vietnam. Mr. Short has more than 26 years’ experience in federal financial management. Prior to coming to the Air Force, he served as senior adviser to the deputy controller at the Office of Management and Budget. In this position, he led government-wide efforts to implement the CFO Act, and produce auditable financial statements for executive branch departments and agencies.
About the PM Saturday
The PM Saturday quarterly breakfast meeting continues with an engaging speaker, a delightful breakfast, and opportunities to connect with professionals located in the southern-most region of Northern Virginia. Come join us and discover that Saturday morning is also a great time to earn PDUs and to network!