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Office of the Chief Financial Officer

The Chief Financial Officer serves as the principal advisor to the Secretary and Senior Officials on all matters related to financial management, financial management systems, financial control and accounting, internal control and assessment and financial management training.

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for the financial leadership of an enterprise that has more than 100,000 employees, 14,000 offices and field locations, $208 billion in assets, and $143 billion in annual spending.

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National Finance Center

The NFC is a Shared Service Provider for Financial Management Services and Human Resources Management Services.

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Financial Management Services

The FMS provides financial management services through its SAP solution.

ezFedGrants Application

Get started with a new grant application, check a pending status, and more by logging into ezFedGrants.

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Payment Accuracy

Payment Accuracy promotes transparency of federal financial payment activities by providing information on payment activities and showing the payment challenges the Federal Government faces.

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ConcurGov Edition

Concur Government Edition provides government travelers and managers the ability to request, manage, and process travel authorizations.