Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Accounting @
Radford University - College of Business and Economics
Supervisory Senior @ From January 2015 to Present (1 year) Supervisory Senior @ Kearney & Company, P.C. (Kearney) provides the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources (ASFR) Office of Finance (OF) with Department-level and operating division (OPDIV)-level financial statement reviews, identification of process improvements, and managerial reporting support. Mr. Johnson's responsibilities
Supervisory Senior @ From January 2015 to Present (1 year) Supervisory Senior @ Kearney & Company, P.C. (Kearney) provides the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources (ASFR) Office of Finance (OF) with Department-level and operating division (OPDIV)-level financial statement reviews, identification of process improvements, and managerial reporting support. Mr. Johnson's responsibilities at HHS include:
•Review and analyze OPDIV financial statements and identify changes needed in the Consolidated Financial Reporting System (CFRS) that will improve financial reporting processes as the result of guidance and requirements from Treasury Financial Manuals, FASAB, OMB A-136, OMB A-11, etc.
•Review and analyze the Department-wide financial statements including financial notes, Required Supplemental Stewardship Information (RSSI), Required Supplementary Information (RSI), and Other Information (OI) as required by OMB A-136.
• Review and analyze OPDIV reconciliations such as, but not limited to, Fund Balance with Treasury, Accounts Receivables, and Accounts Payables.
• Review and analyze OPDIV reconciliations of SBR to SF-133 and compile department-wide reconciliation of SBR to SF-133, GAO 2020, etc as required by OMB and other governmental authority.
• Create training videos that step the viewer through using excel templates from start to finish by utilizing desktop capturing software, which records the user’s computer screen and voice. These trainings are posted on an internal share site to allow users at the decentralized OPDIVs to access the materials at any time.
• Support OF with analysis and corrections of general fund receipt accounts.
• Support OF in the creation of Statement of Custodial Activity. From April 2014 to January 2015 (10 months) Senior Auditor @ Cotton & Company provided a broad range of services to support Global Computer Enterprises, Inc. (GCE) in its responsibilities as a shared service provider (SSP) offering an Oracle Federal Financials solution to its customers. Mr. Johnson assisted in providing services both to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Mr. Johnson’s responsibilities at DOL included:
•Conducting analytical procedures to identify abnormal balances in the New Core Financial Management System (NCFMS) trial balance data at the general ledger account, Treasury Appropriation Fund Symbol (TAFS), and budget-year levels.
•Conducting monthly relationship tests by fund and researching any variances identified.
•Leading requirements-gathering, validation, and review of the Governmentwide Treasury Account Symbol Adjusted Trial Balance System (GTAS) bulk file and edit checks.
•Validating Federal Agencies’ Centralized Trial-balance System (FACTS) I (proprietary), FACTS II (budgetary), and Intragovernmental Reporting and Analysis System (IRAS) bulk files.
•Supporting Office of the Chief Financial Officer staff in analyzing and correcting general fund receipt account balances.
•Preparing pre-close entries for cancelling funds and general fund receipt accounts.
•Validating financial statements and footnotes.
•Researching parent/child allocation account activity with the Departments of Agriculture, Interior, and State and preparing the related disclosures for the Agency Financial Report.
•Preparing DOL’s test by TAFS of SF-132s, Apportionment and Reapportionment Schedules, and SF-133s, Reports on Budget Execution and Budgetary Resources, for compliance with pertinent provisions of the Antideficiency Act.
•Reconciling the SF-132 to SF-133 budgetary resources, researches discrepancies, and formulates recommendations for resolution. From February 2012 to April 2014 (2 years 3 months) Staff Accountant @ From May 2011 to February 2012 (10 months)
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) @ Radford University - College of Business and EconomicsBachelor of Science (B.S.), Accounting @ Radford University - College of Business and EconomicsBachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.), Economics @ Radford University - College of Business and Economics
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