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Martha A. Rubenstein
"Marty" Rubenstein became Office Head, Office of Budget, Finance and Award Management (BFA) and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on May 24, 2010, after acting in those positions since January 4, 2010. Prior to becoming CFO she served as Office Head of the Budget Division, BFA, since September 1997. That tenure included a sabbatical at Stanford University in 2006-2007.
She began her Federal career at the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor, responsible for budget analysis and management information systems development. She then served at the Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President (OMB) and directed OMB's decision support system. She oversaw the system's design and enhancement and its use in supporting OMB's government-wide budget exercises. She was also OMB's fiscal liaison to Vice President Gore's National Performance Review.
Ms. Rubenstein earned a BSBA in Finance and Economics at The American University and a MBA in Information Systems Management at the George Washington University. She was also honored by President Bush in 2002 as a recipient of the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Executive.