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The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) is responsible for  management and financial integrity of DOE programs, activities, and resources through development, implementation, and governance of  Department and government-wide policies and systems for budget administration, including development and execution; finance and accounting; internal controls; financial policy; corporate business systems; strategic planning; performance measurement; and, interface with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Government Accountability Office (GAO), DOE Inspector General (IG), and Congress.

Within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) provides Departmental support to assess risk and propose mitigation strategies through integration of risk concepts into strategic planning, and risk identification and mitigation activities. The CRO works with DOE’s Programs, Field Offices and National Laboratories under the general supervision of the CFO. 

Under supervision of the CFO, the Chief Performance Officer (CPO) collates and assesses data to assist in recommending improvements for Department-wide programs, issues, and initiatives, and proposes systems and tools to track progress towards agency and Administration goals.