PDI 2011 – Navy/Marine Corps Service Day

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0800-0915               Opening Ceremonies
0930-1130               Department of Navy General Session
       Opening Remarks: Caral Spangler, DC/S P&R 
       Presentation of Awards:
       The Honorable Gladys Commons, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller) 
       ASN (FM&C) Remarks:  
       The Honorable Gladys Commons, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller)
       Senior FM Panel
       Closing Remarks: Ms. Linda Meadows, ONR 
1130-1145               Break
1145-1330               Luncheon Session
1330-1345               Break
1345-1430               DoN Workshops 1-6
1430-1445               Break
1445-1530               DoN Workshops 7-12
1530-1545               Break
1545-1630               DoN Workshops 13-16


DN01.  Civilian Personnel:  A New Way Ahead! 
Vernon, Janet
McClung, Ann
An overview of key initiatives that impact civilian personnel in the FY 2012 President’s budget such as managing workforce size and mix as well as the latest guidance for counting contractor FTE.  Also, brief updates on special interest items (i.e., NSPS conversions, in-sourcing, MHA, and the acquisition workforce) will be provided.   June 1, 1345-1430;  NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN02. Object Class:  Building Blocks for Budget Preparation and Execution
Orton, Bill
Lowien, Pat
   
There is a requirement for object classification (OC) information to be submitted for appropriated funds at each cycle of the budget review: DON, OSD, and President's Budget. The information is also being used more and more often in budget decisions by the Executive and the Legislative Branches. Additionally, OC information is a component of budget execution as it is a portion of each line of accounting. Learn the importance of having correct OC data, how it is used, and how OC budget execution data can help you with better quality budget formulation.     June 1, 1345-1430; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN03.  O&M Update & Budget Exhibit Feedback  
Moser, James
Roy, Dennis
This workshop will give attendees insight into how O&M is to be executed for the balance of the year.  This is particularly important given the use of a Continuing Resolution.  The presenter will also discuss the new budget exhibits and how they might best be used.  June 1, 1345-1430; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN04.  Internal Controls: Naval Audit Service Philosophy and Perspective on Material Weaknesses      
Hughes, Joan
The presentation will examine what NAVAUD looks for when auditing internal controls—what they consider material.  They will also touch on how to detect a weakness and how to prevent a weakness from occurring.  June 1, 1345-1430; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN05. FIP/FIAR:  Audit Readiness – Military Personnel Segment  
Strother, Russ   
A joint look at Audit Readiness as it applies to Navy Military Personnel that begins by looking at Marine Corps Military Personnel Lessons Learned (FY10 Financial Audit Results), and how those lessons could be applied to the Navy.  Followed by Navy Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) efforts as planned and coordinated by the Assurance & Risk Management (ARM) Division and the Financial Services Division's Pay and Disbursing Ops Branch (PDO).  ARM and PDO discussions surround key processes, their objectives and assertions, and the risks and mitigating controls.     June 1, 1345-1430; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN06. Handling Your TOTs Online:  An FM Web Tool for Transportation of Things  
Orr, Dave
Rowe, Judith
Each year FM teams within the DON do amazing things to improve the way that financial management is done.  This workshop will present one Award-Winning Team’s efforts to improve Comptrollership or an FM process, or their new and innovative FM initiative.  The Team will be selected from this year’s FM Awardees in May.    June 1, 1345-1430; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN07.  DON Workforce of the Future   
Bragg, Luther
M
arshall, Joe
Spangler, Caral
Reed, Dick
This workshop will be a panel discussion and Q&A with attendees about the experiences, skills and abilities the FM workforce will need in coming years, and how current workers might go about gaining those things.  June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN08.  Congressional Process:  What Does the New Congress Mean for the DON?  
Marty, LCDR Steve
The brief will cover an overview of the Appropriations process, including the differences between the Authorization and Appropriations committees.  We will also cover the implications of a pushing legislation through a divided Congress.  Lastly, the brief will provide a current update of the state of play for both FY11 and FY12, including (as required) a description of the operational realities of a Continuing Budget Resolution.   June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN09.  OCO Update
Moser, James
Roy, Dennis
Contingent Operations remain extremely important, and financing them adequately, properly and well must be accomplished.  Attendees will hear and discuss ongoing and future OCO issues with regard to the financial resources involved.   June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN10.  “Green” Audits and the Future Audit Environment    
Smith, Ellen  
The workshop will focus on SECNAV’s energy initiative and on how NAVAUD and the DON are trying to “green up” the audit plan, as well as changes in the auditing landscape with much narrower scoped, quicker and more re-active audits.   June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN11.  USMC Financial Audit:  Lessons Learned and the Way Ahead for the DON  
Hardisson, Alex
The workshop will detail DON efforts to achieve financial statement audit readiness by analyzing the Marine Corps perspective and lessons learned from the FY 2010 Statement of Budgetary Resources audit.  This is a joint session that aims to address Marine Corps audit successes and pitfalls and DON efforts to address these.  June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN12. Navy ERP: Above and Beyond – Building on the Foundation of Navy ERP   
Veit, Bev
On 1 October 2010 NAVSEA went live with Navy ERP, bringing the last major System Command (the others being NAVAIR, NAVSUP, and SPAWAR) "into the box". With the foundation set, we are focusing on improving and expanding the capabilities for those already in the system as well as for the benefit of future implementations.  Discover how Business Process Standardization (BPS), Business Intelligence (BI), and enterprise-level reporting will help the Navy accomplish their goals while also achieving financial compliance and audit readiness.   June 1, 1445-1530; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN13.  Fiscal Law Update     
Dunn, Keith
This workshop will give attendees information on current issues in fiscal law – what's new and going on in the world right now; recent GAO decisions and any updates from DoD.  The workshop will also provide funds control personnel the required tri-annual training in appropriations law.   June 1, 1545-1630; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN14.  RDT&E Budgets:  Formulation and Execution
Kelly, Pete    
This workshop will provide an overview of the RDT&E budget formulation and execution processes to include Congressional Adds, S&T, execution benchmarks, and other issues unique to RDT&E.   June 1, 1545-1630; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN15. DON Initiatives & Efficiencies
Cook, Charlie
Fireman, Howard
Mulloy, RADM Joseph
Reed, Dick
This workshop will feature discussion with a senior panel on DON initiatives and efficiencies.  Panelists will make brief remarks to open the discussion and then take questions from attendees.  Represented on the panel will be representatives from DCMO, FMB, OPNAV (N8), and DCS (P&R).  June 1, 1545-1630; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.

DN16. Standardizing Business Processes for Efficiency, Accountability, and Compliance
Bitz, Greg
Eckland, Steve
Carlson, Yvonne
Sweeney, Patrick
FMO is undertaking a Navy-wide effort to standardize business processes that result in a financial event. This standardization has multiple benefits:  for individual commands it means improved efficiencies and ability to meet the demands of war-fighter support.  For the Department, it means eventual compliance with financial management laws and regulations, while improving audit readiness efforts. FMO will discuss its process for collecting existing business process documentation, analyzing process flows, and reducing process variation.  June 1, 1545-1630; NASBA Classification: TBD; Level: Basic; .9 CPE. Group Live Presentation.