Chief Financial Officers Council (CFOC)
The CFOC works collaboratively to improve financial management in the Federal Government. The Council is composed of the Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and Deputy Chief Financial Officers (DCFOs) of the largest federal agencies and senior officials of OMB and Treasury. The Council was established under the provisions of the CFO Act of 1990 to "advise and coordinate the activities of the agencies of its members on such matters as consolidation and modernization of financial systems, improved quality of financial information, financial data and information standards, internal controls, legislation affecting financial operations and organizations, and any other financial management matters."
Learn more about the Council’s current priorities, initiatives and members at www.cfo.gov.