Matthew (Matt) J. Miller was appointed the Deputy Commissioner of Financial Services and Operations at the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service (Fiscal Service) on November 7, 2021. Mr. Miller directs a staff of more than 1,500 people in seven locations and is responsible for overseeing the services provided by six Federal Reserve Banks (fiscal agents) and 80 financial institutions (financial agents). Mr. Miller is responsible for providing oversight to the Federal government’s collection and disbursement of funds, delinquent debt collection, government-wide accounting functions, and the financing of the Federal government through both wholesale and retail services.
Prior to his current position, Matt served over three years as the Deputy Commissioner of Fiscal Accounting and Shared Services where he provided leadership, direction and guidance for government-wide accounting functions, the shared services provided by the Administrative Resource Center (ARC), and the Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation (FIT) efforts to drive government-wide financial management innovations and efficiencies. Additionally, Matt provided leadership to Treasury’s efforts to establish the Quality Service Management Office for financial management.
In all, Matt has been a member of the Senior Executive Service since 2008. Matt’s other prior executive roles include Assistant Commissioner for Fiscal Accounting, and Deputy Chief Information Officer where he played a key role in many efforts, including the consolidation of data centers within Fiscal Service.
Matt joined Fiscal Service in 1995, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, and is a certified public accountant.