Fiscal Asst Secretary Richard Gregg to Retire in June; Jack Lew Comments

Richard Gregg
Richard Gregg

Richard Gregg, fiscal assistant secretary at the Treasury Department, has announced plans to retire by June 30 after 41 years of public service, Federal News Radio reported Thursday.

Bureau of the Fiscal Service Commissioner Dave Lebryk will succeed Gregg as fiscal assistant secretary and Fiscal Operations and Policy Deputy Assistant Secretary Sheryl Morrow will succeed Lebryk at the BFS, Jason Miller writes.

“[Gregg] has been a tremendous leader for the government’s fiscal operations, helping to bring about changes that have revolutionized government transactions despite incredibly tough economic and budgetary circumstances,” said Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.

Miller reports Gregg played a lead role in pushing an electronic environment for the department by eliminating paper checks in 2013.

Gregg previously served as Bureau of the Public Debt commissioner and helped drive the financial management shared services program at Treasury.

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