Debra S. Del Mar

Debra S Del MarMs. Del Mar is a leader in government business transformation and agile information technology application. With over 35 years of experience, her comprehensive knowledge and experience in management consulting, systems consolidation/modernization and business reform distinguishes her as a outcome-driven industry thought-leader in financial improvement.  A former business executive, her relationships are expansive and collaborative, spanning both government and private sectors – enabling her to be an effective spokesperson and passionate advocate for Federal business standardization, simplification and smart application of innovation. Ms. Del Mar possesses a strong public service commitment, evidenced by her previous term appointment at the Department of Veterans Affairs, earlier industry executive exchange at the Department of Defense (DoD), as well as her ongoing volunteer work as the American Society of Military Comptroller’s (ASMC) immediate past National Corporate Advisory Group Chair (2012-2022), the ASMC Washington Chapter Corporate Vice President (2006-present), and Chair of the ASMC National Capital Region Professional Development Institute (PDI) since 2006.

Ms. Del Mar serves as a principal advisor to the Deputy Comptroller for Enterprise Data and Business Performance in direct support of the development and execution of the DoD Financial Management Strategy FY22-26 and Transformation Plan.  She is also the executive executing the Functional Sponsor responsibilities for the DoD’s Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI) – a standard compliant enterprise business capability for Defense Agencies and the USMC.  She is responsible for assisting with the prioritization, and automation of E2E business processes, as well as legacy system reduction and enduring enterprise platforms/ERP expansion that will drive the DoD towards a simplified, standardized auditable, secure and affordable financial operational environment. Priorities are aligned to and supportive of current FMS strategic imperatives as well as the DoD Reform agenda. Collaboration and relationship building is essential, in terms of keeping robust cross-communication constant and relative between concerned internal functional offices and external stakeholders, as a way to assist the USD(C) and DC-EDBP in driving change for oper