OMB, IRS Vet Dave Mader Joins Deloitte as Federal Civilian Sector Chief Strategy Officer

Dave Mader

Dave Mader, former controller at the Office of Management and Budget, has been named chief strategy officer for the civilian sector of Deloitte‘s federal government practice.

Deloitte said Monday Mader will help develop the sector’s strategy, lead efforts to grow shared service offerings and enterprise risk management efforts and work with customer agencies to help them address business challenges.

“Dave Mader has the right combination of knowledge and experience as well as a hands-on, collaborative approach to problem-solving,” said Dan Helfrich, Deloitte’s federal government services leader.

“Dave’s insight into government operations and the impact that he makes on whatever project he takes on will help our federal clients identify and employ innovative ways to drive efficiency and value in their operations,” Helfrich added.

As OMB controller, Mader designed and oversaw the establishment of the first governmentwide shared services strategy.

He previously spent more than 30 years at the Internal Revenue Service and his career there includes a three-year role as IRS acting deputy commissioner.

Mader also served as a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH), a member of the American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council’s ACT Advisory Board and a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration.

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