This is a great article from CFO.com about Kenneth Johnson, the new SEC Finance Chief, and what he plans to do.
"My two top priorities will be to ensure strong internal controls and to manage responsibly the agency's growing budget," he told CFO in an e-mail. "Not only because they're required, but because they are key to effective financial management."
Johnson said he learned "the importance of internal controls" first as a commerce analyst at the Congressional Budget Office, and subsequently as the chief management analyst and then acting CFO at the SEC. He joined the agency in 2003 as a management analyst in the Office of the Executive Director and became chief management analyst in 2006."
Read the full article here.