March 23, 2017

Colonel Randy Toris

Colonel Randy Toris is a Congressional Budget and Appropriations Liaison for the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense, Comptroller, Budget and Appropriations Affairs Directorate, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C.  The office is responsible for supporting the Comptroller in reporting to the U.S. Congress on the program, budget and legislative agenda.  Prior to his current assignment, he was a Congressional Budget and Appropriations Liaison for the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Management and Comptroller.  


Colonel Toris was born in Gardena, California and entered the United States Air Force Academy following high school graduation in 1989 and has deployed in support of Operations NORTHERN WATCH, IRAQI FREEDOM and ENDURING FREEDOM.  



1993 Bachelor of Science  degree in Legal Studies; United States Air Force Academy, Colorado

1999 Squadron Officer School

2001 Masters of Business Administration, University of Texas, San Antonio, Texas

2002 Financial Management Staff Officer Course, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas

2004 Air Command and Staff College; Correspondence

2008 Defense Financial Management and Comptroller Course; Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama

2009 Air War College; Correspondence



June 1993 - May  1996, Financial Analyst, 30th CPTS, Vandenberg AFB, CA

June 1996 - May 1999, Financial Manager, Launch Programs SPO, Los Angeles AFB, CA

June 1999 - May 2002 Fin Analyst/Exec Officer, HQ AETC, Randolph AFB, TX

June 2002 - June 2004 Flight Commander, Comptroller Training Flight, Keesler AFB, MS

July 2004 - June 2006 Commander, 9th Comptroller Squadron, Beale AFB, CA

July 2006 - July 2009 Commander, 27th Special Ops Comptroller Squadron, Cannon AFB, NM

July 2009 - July 2011 Commander, 81st Comptroller Squadron, Keesler AFB, MS

July 2011 - July 2012 Director, Financial Mgt & Comptroller, USAFCENT, Al Udeid AB, Qatar

July 2012 - November 2013 Military Assistant to the Director, Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Arlington, VA

November 2013 - June 2014 Congressional Budget and Appropriations Liaison, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Budget), Pentagon, Washington DC

July 2014 - present Congressional Budget and Appropriations Liaison, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense Comptroller, Budget & Appropriations Affairs Directorate, Pentagon, Washington DC



Certified Defense Financial Manager with Acquisition Specialty

Air Force Space Command Financial Analysis Officer of the Year 1995

Member, Chief of Staff Flight, Squadron Officer School

AFSOC/FM Comptroller Squadron of the Year 2008

AFSOC/FM Comptroller of the Year 2008

USSOCOM Comptroller of the Year 2008



Second Lieutenant  June 1993

First Lieutenant June 1995

Captain June 1997

Major October 2003

Lieutenant Colonel October 2008

Colonel February 2015

March 23, 2017

Rick A. Diggs

Mr. Rick A. Diggs is the Deputy Director for the Defense Financial Management & Comptroller School, Ira C. Eaker Center for Professional Development, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL. He is the Course Director for the Defense Financial Management Course and the Defense Decision Support Course. Mr. Diggs retired from the United States Army in September 2014, having served in a variety of positions as an Infantry Officer, Finance Officer and Comptroller during his 27-year career. His most recent assignments have been as a financial manager and financial management educator. He and his wife, Janell, live in Hope Hull, AL. They have two children - Ross (22) and Janlyn (17).



1987 Bachelor of Science – Psychology, University of TN-Martin

1988 Infantry Officer Basic Course, Ft Benning, GA

1992 Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Ft Benning, GA

1993 Finance Officer Branch Qualification Course, Ft Benjamin Harrison, IN

1996 Combined Arms and Services and Staff School, Ft Leavenworth, KS

1998 Masters of Business Administration, Syracuse University, NY

2001 Defense Resources Management Course, NPS, Monterey, CA

2002 Master of Military Operational Art and Science, ACSC, Air University, AL

2004 Professional Military Comptroller Course, Maxwell AFB, AL

2007 Defense Financial Management Course, Maxwell AFB, AL



1988 Platoon Leader, 3rd Platoon, A Company, 1-8 Cavalry, First Cavalry Division , Ft Hood, TX

1990 Platoon Leader, Support Platoon, TF 1-8, First Cavalry Division, Saudi Arabia & Iraq, OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD AND DESERT STORM

1991 Executive Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1-8 Cavalry, First Cavalry Division, Ft Hood, TX

1993 Detachment Commander, 101st Finance Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, Ft Campbell, KY

1996 Finance and Accounting Officer, United States Military Training Mission, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

1997 Student, Army Comptrollership Program, Syracuse University, NY

1998 Budget Analyst, Third United States Army-ARCENT, Ft McPherson, GA

2001 Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, AL

2002 Director of Resource Management, Inter-American Defense Board, Washington, DC

2004 Deputy Director, Professional Military Comptroller School, Maxwell AFB, AL

2007 Financial Manager, Program Division, G8, Forces Command, Ft McPherson, GA

2010 Deputy Director, Defense Financial Management & Comptroller School, Maxwell AFB, AL

2015 Deputy Director / Course Director, Defense Financial Management & Comptroller School, Maxwell AFB, AL MAJOR



Legion of Merit

Bronze Star Medal

Defense Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster

Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster

Joint Commendation Medal Army Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster

Southwest Asia Service Medal with three stars

Valorous Unit Award Combat Infantryman Badge

Parachutist Badge Air Assault Badge


Certified Defense Financial Manager

March 23, 2017

David J. Rohrer

Mr. Dave Rohrer is currently assigned as the Civilian Deputy to the President, U.S. Army Logistics University.  In this position he is responsible for the daily administration of support activities at the University to include resource management, manpower, logistics, university procedures, and outreach to civilian academic institutions.  


Prior to assuming his current position in November 2011, he was the Strategic Planning Officer in the Strategic Initiatives Group / G-5 at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) from May 2009 to November 2011.  He held positions as a defense contractor from 2007 to 2009.


Mr. Rohrer retired from the Army in 2007 at the rank of Colonel after a 27-year career as a Quartermaster Officer.  In addition to numerous staff positions, he commanded at the company, battalion, and brigade level with his final assignment as the Commander, Defense Energy Support Center – Americas, and Director of Operations, Defense Energy Support Center (DESC), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).


He is a 1980 Distinguished Military Graduate of North Georgia College.  He holds a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management Systems from Chapman University and a Masters Degree in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University.  

March 23, 2017

Dan Marchinkoski

Dan Marchinkoski is currently the Director of Information Technology at DP George & Company, LLC.  Dan has 25 years’ experience in software and applications development, programming and business process engineering.  He has served as a project manager and principal systems analyst for the past 12 years supporting federal government clients in the Office of Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), the United States Air Force and the Department of Justice.  Dan earned his M.S. in Organizational Management from Bellevue University and his Bachelor’s in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. He has directly supported the DoD FM Certification Program since 2012.

March 23, 2017

Jonathan McCrillis

Jonathan McCrillis is currently assigned as an Operations Research Analyst in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics. He conducts and validates a wide range of decision support analyses in support of Army PPBE. Jonathan has validated over $13B worth of CBAs with subject matters ranging from Legislative Proposals to Material Solution Acquisitions. His most recent contributions support the Army’s renewable energy development process and the Army’s financial benefit reporting and tracking initiative. Jonathan has an MBA in Finance and is working towards a MS in Cost Estimation and Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School.

March 23, 2017

Dr. Pamela J. Clay

Dr. Pamela Clay is a Senior Financial Management Workforce Development Specialist in the Financial Workforce Management Division of the Human Capital and Resource Management Directorate, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller).  She supports the Department of Defense (DoD) Financial Management Certification Program, DoD human capital planning and workforce development initiatives. Dr. Clay has over 30 years of civilian service in financial management, human capital, and workforce development and has held various positions in several agencies in the federal government, mostly within DoD.  She has a doctorate in education from The University of Memphis, a master’s degree in education and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Alabama A&M University. Dr. Clay has also completed post-doctoral work in human resource management from The George Washington University. She is a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute’s four week program: Leadership for a Democratic Society and The George Washington University and the Defense Information Systems Agency Executive Leadership Development Program. She is a teacher, certified facilitator, and mentor.

March 23, 2017

LTC Steve Hanson

LTC Steve Hanson is the Allowance Branch Chief for the Plans and Resources Directorate, Army G1.  Before that assignment, he was the Director of Training at the US Army Financial Management School at Ft. Jackson, SC.  He has taught Economics, Cost Management, and other RM disciplines at the United States Military Academy, the Naval Postgraduate School, and other US Army Schools. Among his numerous deployments are Operation Restore Hope (Somalia), Operation Maintain Democracy (Haiti) in the 1990s, to Operation Iraqi Freedom in the 2000s, LTC Hanson served as the Joint Forces Special Operations Component Command - Iraq Comptroller in 2010-2011. He is 1992 graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and earned an MBA / MPA at Syracuse University in 2006.

March 23, 2017

Ms. O’Mara-Gordon

Ms. O’Mara-Gordon is a multi-disciplined analyst, Defense Financial Management Certification Level 3 Certified (DFMC3), Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) and Certified Internal Auditor with over 25 years of financial management experience.  She is experienced in audit, human resource management, budget, program review and analysis, and team building.  She has held assignments with the Air Force at various organizational levels. 


Ms. O’Mara-Gordon is currently a Financial Workforce Management Specialist in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), Financial Workforce Management Division where she is a Program Manager for the DoD Financial Management Certification Program.  Her prior assignment was Air Force Financial Management, Budget, where she worked as an analyst for Aircraft Procurement, and Team Lead for Funds Control and was the Air Force Financial Management, Budget FIAR point of contact.  Her assignment preceding the Air Staff was with the Air Force Audit Agency (AFAA) as a Program Manager for Personnel.  Other key assignments include AFAA Team Chief, McConnell AFB, KS and Audit Manager, Pentagon, Washington DC.


She holds a Master in Business, Human Resource Management from Strayer University and Bachelors in Business Administration Accounting, from McKendree University, IL.  She is a member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) and the National Association of Professional Women.


Ms. O’Mara-Gordon has received numerous awards including the Best Workforce Development Program; ASMC Distinguished Team award and the Secretary of the Air Force Financial Management, Budget, Civilian of the Quarter.

March 23, 2017

Keith M. Dunn

Keith M. Dunn is an attorney with the Department of the Navy Office of General Counsel, currently serving as Associate Counsel with the Office of Counsel for the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller).   

Keith began his legal career with the Office of Counsel, Naval Sea Systems Command, where for sixteen years he engaged in a broad procurement practice focused primarily on complex shipbuilding programs. He then became an Associate Counsel with the Office of Counsel for the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller).  In 2007 Keith became the first OGC Counsel to the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery where he provided advice to the Surgeon General and senior Navy Medicine leadership on the full range of OGC practice areas, with a strong emphasis on fiscal and business law matters. In October 2011 Keith was appointed Counsel, Naval Supply Systems Command Fleet Logistics Center Sigonella, which provides logistics, business, and support services to the US Navy and the Coast Guard in Europe, Africa and Southwest Asia. In that position, Keith supervised attorneys located in Bahrain, Naples, Italy and Rota, Spain.  Keith returned to OASN (FM&C) in March, 2014.  

Keith is a Certified Defense Financial Manager and an active member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers.  An in-demand lecturer, Keith has taught fiscal law, ethics, and legal/ethical issues related to the use of social media to Navy activities throughout the world, as well as at the ASMC’s Professional Development Institute, the Naval Postgraduate School, the Defense Acquisition University, the Naval Justice School, and the Department of the Treasury.  

Keith holds degrees from Furman University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The George Washington University, and Baltimore Hebrew University.  In 2004 and again in 2014 he received the Department of the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award.  In 2016 Keith became the first recipient of the Navy Office of General Counsel Fiscal Law Achievement Award; in 2017 he received the Department of the Navy Superior Civilian Service Award.  An avid runner, Keith has completed eighteen marathons and over thirty-five ultramarathons.

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