JFMIP sponsors an annual conference and periodic webinar events. These events provide the federal financial management community with relevant and timely information in topics such as government accounting, internal controls, and cybersecurity delivered by the top leaders in government. They also provide a forum for those in the federal financial management community to learn about current issues, exchange knowledge, and share experiences in improving financial management operations and policies. Suggestions for topics, speakers, and volunteers related to for JFMIP events can be provided to JFMIP@fiscal.treasury.gov. Below is a listing of upcoming JFMIP events.Upcoming events:
- October 1, 2020 JFMIP Principals Meeting (Closed – Invitation Only)
- October 21, 2020 JFMIP Virtual Webinar
Donald L. Scantlebury Award
Since 1971, the JFMIP Principals have sponsored an annual award program directed to excellence in financial management. The award was established to recognize senior financial management executives who, through outstanding and continuous leadership in financial management, have been principally responsible for significant economies, efficiencies, and improvements in the government. In 1981, the award was designated as the Donald L. Scantlebury Memorial Award in honor of the Chief Accountant of the GAO and the chairman of the JFMIP Steering Committee.
All government employees who are senior executives and have demonstrated outstanding distinguished leadership resulting in effective financial management improvements over the years are eligible to be nominated. Nominees from small entities with fewer than 1,300 full-time employees will receive every consideration provided they meet the selection criteria. Previous nominees may be nominated provided they meet the other provisions of this announcement. The nomination should be updated to include the latest achievements of the nominee.
An Awards Committee will base its determinations on two factors: sustained leadership in financial management and specific accomplishments in financial management. For purposes of this award, the term financial management has been interpreted to include but is not limited to, the following areas: accounting, auditing, information technology, budgeting, asset management, control and allocation of resources, cost reduction, financial analysis, financial systems development, management analysis, planning, productivity measurement, and improvements, and financial and performance reporting. Additional criteria considerations are included in the nomination form.
Current year nomination is closed
Nomination form and previous year awardees:
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