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Meet Janet Hale

Director, Deloitte Services LP; Former Undersecretary for Management for the DHS

Janet Hale is a director with Deloitte Services LP.

Prior to her time at with us, Janet was the undersecretary for management for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the former assistant secretary for Budget, Technology and Finance for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the former associate administrator to the finance/chief financial officer (CFO) for the U.S. House of Representatives. As the undersecretary for management, Janet was responsible for financial, information technology (IT), human capital and administrative services for the $40 billion DHS. 

Janet was responsible for the integration of 22 agencies and 180,000 employees, including consolidation of 22 different human resources servicing offices, 98 different payroll systems, 19 financial management centers, 13 procurement systems and hundreds of legacy IT systems. As the assistant secretary for Budget, Technology and Finance, Janet was responsible for the development and execution of $475 billion budget as well as supervising a staff of 140. Additionally, she designed a new financial system that unified the financial system across HHS as well as coordinated $1.9 billion for IT expenditures, network modernization and IT security. Janet also formulated the policy and budget for 300 HHS programs for a total expenditure of more than $400 billion, including: Medicare, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and welfare. 

As the associate administrator for Finance/CFO, Janet was responsible for the development and execution of a $750 million budget, in addition to supervising a staff of 60. She designed a new financial system to reduce costs and provide greater financial information to the House of Representatives.  

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