Richard Gregg, former fiscal assistant secretary at the Treasury Department, has joined the private sector as managing director of accounting and management consulting firm H.J. Steininger.
The company said Friday that Gregg will work on federal financial management, particularly on shared services and policy implementation related to the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
“Throughout his career, Dick has positively transformed the way the federal government performs its financial management responsibilities, ” said Hank Steininger, HJS chief executive officer.
Gregg, who retired from public service in June, has held various leadership positions during his 44 years in government, including as commissioner of the Bureau of the Public Debt and the Financial Management Service, which were later merged into the Bureau of the Fiscal Service under his guidance.
As fiscal assistant secretary at Treasury, he was in charge of policymaking for governmentwide accounting, debt financing operations, electronic commerce and government investment fund management, as well as managing cash and debt forecasts for government financing activities.