Managing Director, Government Institute
KPMG in the U.S.
Jeff Steinhoff is the managing director of the KPMG Government Institute. During a 40-year federal career, he was assistant comptroller general of the United States for Accounting and Information Management, leading GAO’s largest audit unit and having responsibility for developing government auditing and internal control standards. He was a principal architect of the CFO Act and other financial management legislation. Jeff is a past national president of the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) and founded AGA’s Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) program. The recipient of 42 professional awards, he received the Robert W. King Memorial Award, AGA’s highest honor and in 2000 was one of only 26 individuals recognized by AGA for significant contributions to advancing accountability in federal, state, and local government over the previous 50 years. In 2006, Jeff was recognized as the outstanding CPA in the federal government by AICPA and in 2010 was elected a Fellow of the prestigious National Academy of Public Administration.
BA, College of William & Mary
Information Systems Program, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Senior Executive Program, Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government
Certified Government Financial Manager
Certified Public Accountant
Certified Fraud Examiner
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Fellow, National Academy of Public Administration
KPMG Executive Fellow, Federal CFO Academy
Member, Association of Government Accountants
American Society of Military Comptrollers
Member, Association of Federal Enterprise Risk Management