Sheila Conley: Enterprise Risk Management Properly Implemented Could Strengthen Decision Making
Sheila Conley, deputy assistant secretary and deputy chief financial officer at the Department of Health and Human Services, is one of 50 new fellows for the National Academy of Public Administration. Ms. Conley is also one of the newest SEA Board Members.
How will you use your NAPA fellowship to promote/influence good government?
NAPA provides a unique opportunity to engage with a wide range of fellows, who are knowledgeable and experienced in government management and policy matters.
I am looking forward to tapping into the collective expertise and wisdom of the fellows to help inform and advance the business portfolio at HHS while also participating in efforts to address pressing governmentwide issues, such as reducing improper payments and enhancing program integrity. It is more important than ever to champion good government initiatives and best practices, many of which can be gleaned from NAPA reports and studies. Given the size and breadth of HHS, I plan to socialize NAPA’s work more broadly throughout the department to leverage NAPA’s valuable contributions and recommendations to improve HHS’ business and management environment and strengthen public accountability.
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