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Dennis ColemanChief Financial Officer
Dennis Coleman is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. In this capacity, Mr. Coleman is responsible for managing OPM’s financial systems, budget, accounting and internal controls as they relate to financial matters. This includes financial oversight and reporting for the employee and annuitant trust funds for retirement, health benefits, and life insurance that OPM manages, whose assets exceed $800 billion.
Prior to becoming the CFO, Mr. Coleman served as the Senior Advisor to the CFO. In this role, he provided senior leadership and advice on a variety of financial management, policy, and system issues. This included leading major projects on financial system data clean up and the establishment of key financial reporting and metrics that support the agency’s annual financial close and financial statement reporting. His previous experience managing the CFO’s Financial Systems Group and having an understanding of the operational components within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) has been an asset to his leadership responsibilities.
During his tenure with OPM, Mr. Coleman has served in a variety of executive and management roles in critical areas of agency operations. He served as the Executive Program Director of Division Management for the Federal Investigative Services (FIS). As the Executive Program Director, Mr. Coleman was responsible for the financial and administrative management of a revolving fund operation totaling over $1 billion in annual revenue. He was responsible for the revolving fund budget preparation and forecasting; annual investigative product pricing to ensure FIS had a full-cost recovery operation; billing and collections for over 100 customer agencies; and payments of over $500 million to investigative contractors. He also served as the acting Chief Operations Officer as the agency transitioned the position to what is now the Chief Management Officer. In this role, Mr. Coleman provided oversight for key agency support areas such as financial management, budget, procurement, and facilities and emergency management.
Mr. Coleman graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Management and a Certification in Business Administration from the University of Maryland. He resides in Fredericksburg, VA with his wife and two children.