"Accountability Talks" is a podcast focused on the government accountability community. We hope these conversations will enlighten and inspire you as you navigate your career, provide fascinating insights from government thought leaders and encourage you to take part in this vibrant community. 

About the Host

Paul Marshall, CPA, CGFM, CIA, CICA, PMP is a Vice President at the MIL Corporation and avid AGA member. He has worked in the government accountability world for over 20 years supporting audits, audit readiness, financial reporting, accounting operations, process improvement, software implementation, enterprise risk management and pretty much anything else you can think of. Paul has also served on AGA boards at the DC Chapter, Northern Virginia Chapter and National level and is passionate about sharing best practices in government accounting.

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Current Episodes

Episode 67: IRS Digitalization Priorities

Mitch Winans, Sr. Advisor, IRS Enterprise Digitalization and Case Management Office (EDCMO)

Mitch Winans, Sr. Advisor, IRS Enterprise Digitalization and Case Management Office (EDCMO)

Join us as we speak with Mitch Winans from the IRS' Enterprise Digitalization and Case Management Office (EDCMO) about its goals to improve taxpayer experience, modernize systems, improve case management tools and processes, and take advantage of innovative digitalization and automation technology! We also discuss IRS' innovative Pilot IRS procurement program.

Episode 66: AI for Warrants

James Tawney  and Robbie Yu, US Department of Treasury

James Tawney and Robbie Yu, US Department of Treasury

On today's episode, James Tawney and Robbie Yu from Treasury chat about a Treasury Finance Innovation and Transformation (FIT) project using open source Artificial Intelligence (AI) software to create a tool for the Treasury warrant process. Another great project from FIT! Learn more about their projects at https://www.fiscal.treasury.gov/fit/about.html

Episode 65: Progress on the Blockchain

Tammie Johnson, US Treasury Office of Financial Innovation & Transformation (FIT)

Tammie Johnson, US Treasury Office of Financial Innovation & Transformation (FIT)

On this episode, Tammie Johnson from Treasury's Office of Financial Innovation & Transformation (FIT) gives us an update and walkthrough of the blockchain app FIT is developing in coordination with the National Science Foundation (NSF). Check out Episode 61 for more background on the project. You can follow along by following this link and see the app for yourself: https://projects.invisionapp.com/share/XR102NLZB9MD. Make sure to use the password: fit_gps.

For more info, take a look at the FIT's blog: Financial Innovation & Transformation - Blog - Another Link in the Chain (treasury.gov)

Episode 64: Chapter Spotlight - Tallahassee

Dr. Patricia Manning, Tallahassee Chapter President

Dr. Patricia Manning, Tallahassee Chapter President

On this episode, we highlight the Tallahassee Chapter. The current president, Dr. Patricia Manning, joins us to talk about how the chapter has been successful through strong leadership, continuity on the board, very well attended events and community outreach!

Episode 63: Women's History Month

Wendy Morton-Huddleston, AGA National President and Tracey Walker, Vice President, RSA

Wendy Morton-Huddleston, AGA National President and Tracey Walker, Vice President, RSA

Join us today as we speak with Wendy Morton-Huddleston, AGA National President and Principal at Grant Thornton, and Tracey Walker, Vice President at RSA, about AGA's Council for the Advancement of Women and Women's History Month events in March!

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