Fiscal Assistant Secretary
U.S. Department of the Treasury
David A. Lebryk was appointed the Fiscal Assistant Secretary on June 30, 2014. The Fiscal Assistant Secretary is the Department of the Treasury’s most senior career position. As the Fiscal Assistant Secretary, Mr. Lebryk is responsible for developing policy and overseeing the operations of the financial infrastructure of the federal government in the areas of payments, collections, debt financing, cash management, reporting and accounting, delinquent debt collection, and shared services. This includes responsibility for the world’s largest collections, payments, cash management, and financing operations.
Mr. Lebryk has served the Department of the Treasury with distinction in numerous policy and operations positions during his 30 plus years of federal service. In 2012, Mr. Lebryk was named the first Commissioner of the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, following an effort he co-led to consolidate the Bureau of the Public Debt (BPD) and the Financial Management Service (FMS). He joined FMS in December 2007, after serving in the roles of Acting Director and Deputy Director of the United States Mint, the world’s largest manufacturer of coins, between 2002 and 2007. He also was responsible for standing up the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and served as its first Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary. He has served as an advisor to two Deputy Secretaries and three Undersecretaries for Domestic Finance. Mr. Lebryk joined the Treasury Department as a Presidential Management Intern.
Mr. Lebryk has received numerous awards for leadership including American University’s 2014 Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership; The Association of Government Accountants’ (AGA) 2018 Elmer Staat’s Award for outstanding leadership, high ethical standards, and innovation; the AGA’s 2020 Frank Greathouse Distinguished Leadership Award; and three Presidential Rank Awards. He was recently included in Federal Computing World’s (FCW) list of 100 outstanding individuals. He is an elected Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administrations.
Mr. Lebryk graduated with an A.B. in Economics from Harvard College and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.