Connie Flohr currently serves as the Associate Deputy Manager for the Idaho Cleanup Project, responsible for the management and oversight of the treatment, storage, and disposition of a variety of radioactive and hazardous waste streams, removal and disposition of targeted buried waste, and the removal of DOE’s inventory of spent nuclear fuel and high-level waste from Idaho.
She has over 25 years of budget, planning, and analysis experience within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Most recently, she served as Deputy Assistant Secretary (DAS) for Resource Management within the Office of Environmental Management (EM), responsible for budget, planning, information management systems, and human capital management.
After working for a number of local consulting firms EM’s budget office, she joined the DOE in 2001 as a Program Analyst. The following year, she accepted a position in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer where she was a key member on DOE’s team to implement budget and performance integration under the President’s Management Agenda. In 2004, she joined DOE’s Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) as Executive Officer to the NE Assistant Secretary.
She rejoined EM in 2007 with the Office of Strategic Planning and Analysis outyear planning team. In 2010, she entered the Senior Executive Service as EM’s Budget Director and served in that capacity until 2015, at which time she became Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary for Resource Management. She served in that capacity until July 2016 when she became DAS.
Connie earned her bachelor’s degree in Business/Finance and Accounting, and also obtained a Master’s of Business Administration in marketing from Mount Saint Mary’s University.