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Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller)

United States
Assistant Secretary of the Army
(Financial Management and Comptroller)
Formation 1954
First holder George H. Roderick
Website Official Website
Seal of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller)

Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) (abbreviated ASA(FM&C)) is a civilian office in the United States Department of the Army.

The office of Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) grows out of a reorganization of the Department of the Army initiated in 1954 by United States Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens and largely designed by United States Under Secretary of the Army John Slezak.[1]

The mission of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller) is to formulate, submit, and defend the United States Army's budget to the United States Congress and the American public; to oversee the proper and effective use of appropriated resources to accomplish the Army's assigned missions; to provide timely, accurate, and reliable financial information to enable leaders and managers to incorporate cost considerations into their decision-making; to provide transparent reporting to Congress and the American public on the use of appropriated resources and the achievement of established Army-wide performance objectives; and manage and coordinate programs for the accession, training, and professional development of Army resource managers.[2]

List of Assistant Secretaries of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller), 1954—Present (incomplete)

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
[3] 9 February 1954 25 August 1954 Dwight D. Eisenhower Robert T. Stevens
Charles C. Finucane[3] 26 August 1954 8 February 1955 Dwight D. Eisenhower Robert T. Stevens
Chester R. Davis[3] 10 March 1955 15 December 1956 Dwight D. Eisenhower Robert T. Stevens, Wilber M. Brucker
[3] 1 March 1957 20 January 1961 Dwight D. Eisenhower Wilber M. Brucker
William F. Schaub[3] 2 March 1961 31 December 1962 John F. Kennedy Elvis Jacob Stahr, Jr., Cyrus Vance
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.[3] 23 March 1963 25 November 1964 John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson Cyrus Vance, Stephen Ailes
Douglas A. Brook[4] 1990 1992 George H. W. Bush Michael P. W. Stone
Sandra L. Pack[5] November 2001 December 2003 George W. Bush Thomas E. White
Valerie L. Baldwin[6] July 2004 2006 George W. Bush Francis J. Harvey
Nelson M. Ford[7] October 2006 December 2007 George W. Bush Francis J. Harvey, Pete Geren
Mary Sally Matiella[8] 16 February 2010 27 February 2014 Barack Obama John M. McHugh
Robert M. Speer[9][10] 20 November 2014 Present Barack Obama John M. McHugh

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