Treasury’s Vision is intended to prepare the federal financial management community for the next ten years. It describes a future of seamless, all-electronic disbursing and collections services as well as strengthened financial reporting and expanded services for the federal government. As a result, citizens will be able to see where their tax dollars are spent, obtain more efficient centralized services that meet future demands, and have the assurance that federal financing is modernized and enabled to support urgent national requirements. The government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic confirmed the value of the Vision. Commissioner Gribben and a panel of Fiscal Service executives will give an update on the Vision in light of the future that is now taking shape. They will describe how the various Vision-related goals for disbursing, collections, financial reporting, shared services, and financing are now more important than ever as we work toward a future that requires our financial processes to be more digital, agile, contact-less, seamless, inclusive, and transparent.
Join Commissioner Gribben and a panel of Fiscal Service executives and learn how the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic confirms and continues to inform the value of the Vision for disbursing, collections, financial reporting, shared services, and financing.
Find out how the federal government was able to electronically and efficiently disburse impact payments to nearly 160 million Americans in record time and learn about other flexible and centralized services that enabled CARES relief funds to be provided to the communities most in need.