President Biden plans to nominate Kathleen Miller, administrative assistant to the secretary of the U.S. Army, as deputy undersecretary of defense (comptroller). The White House said Friday that Miller, a career member of the Senior Executive Service, has experience in defense comptrollership and has been holding the senior career civilian position at the Army since October 2018.
In her current role at the Department of the Army, she has oversight of separate teams of more than 600 civilian and military personnel responsible for human resources, budget, equal employment opportunity, security, facilities, publications, records management and other support services.
Miller also has experience in serving as the Army's assistant deputy chief of staff, operations, plans and training and principle assistant deputy chief of staff, logistics.
She held executive roles positions in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Financial Management and Comptroller. Earlier in her career, Miller worked at the Internal Revenue Service as associate chief financial officer and then acting deputy CFO.