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Gerald Kibel 9520 West Eureka Place Lakewood, Colorado 80227 (303) 986-8117 a" E-Mail gk15eadae@westpost.

net Education: Westwood College of Technology; CO BS: in Technical Management with a 3.69 GPA Red Rocks Community College; CO AAS: in Accounting with a 3.44 GPA Employment History: Senior Accountant, 1999 to 2008 U.S. Department of Interior Office of Surface Mining (OSM) Fee Accounting & Collection Branch (FACB) P.O. Box 25065; Denver, Colorado 80225-0065 Duties and Accomplishments: Contact for External Auditors a" OMB, GAO, and KPMG with a record of Seventeen (17) years of clean audit opinions with no findings. Reconcile monthly data that interfaces between the accounts receivable subsyste ms and the general ledger. Down loaded and parse data into spreadsheets for mon thly reconciliation with a record of 17 years of clean audit opinions. Serve as a liaison for the Fee Accounting and Collections Branch, Headquarters, and twelve field offices. I advise the Branch Chief on special projects, desig ns of the accounting systems and solicitors' requests a"exceeding standards with quality step increases. Maintain the Treasury's financial reporting on receivables for the three (3) ac counting systems: Audit Fee Billing and Collection System (AFBACS), Civil Penalt y and Collections System (CPACS) and Fee Billing and Collection System (FEEBACS) Seventeen (17) years of clean audit opinions. Update the systems for adequate internal controls to meet the A-133 Internal Co ntrol Regulations and completed the first two Reviews/Audits with an Outstanding Rating by our External Auditing Team and exceeding standards ratings. Prepare Cash Deposits and balanced deposit summary sheets for data input timely . Prepare Accounts Receivable /Revenue summary sheets for data input timely. Balance Accruals, Accounts Receivable, and Revenue at quarter end timely. Perform Audits and Reviews on the Operations and Quality Controls for: Cash, Ac counts Receivable, and Revenue for Outstanding Ratings with quality step increas es. Analyze new and revised financial accounting standards and directives to determ ine impact on existing policies and processes a" Completed an internal control m anual. Senior Systems Accountant, 1985 to 1999 U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration 1999 Broadway, Suite 1780 Denver, Colorado 80202 Duties and Accomplishments: Perform financial training to the states and federal staff on the programs that the Employment and Training Administration is responsible for a" Training was c omplete for all six (6) states on time with great reviews. Maintain the accounting systems for grants and contracts utilized in the Region according to the U.S. Department of Labor policies and Federal regulations. Th ere are three accounting systems being utilized: A Payment Management System, a Grant Contract Management Information System and a Lotus 1-2-3 system. Three ye ars of clean audit opinions from OIG and received quality step increases.

Reconcile the accounting systems each month and prepared a summary of findings in order to make corrections if needed. Three years of clean audit opinions fro m OIG and received outstanding evaluations and quality step increases. Perform financial and cash management reviews/audits when visiting the states o f Region VIII for the Job Training Partnership Act programs and the State Employ ment Security Administration programs. Received outstanding evaluations and qua lity step increases in performance Provide an oral exit overview of the findings before leaving the state agency t o avoid a misunderstanding of the written report. Received three years of clean audit opinions from OIG, outstanding evaluations and quality step increases. Extract and organized accounting information, assigned the proper accounting co des for reported costs, and assigned the proper accounting codes for the funds r equested from the states, all close out information agreed with the National Off ice Balances. Maintain the cost accounting reporting for the grants and contracts for the Reg ion. The cost reports are collected from the states according to the Department Regulations, OMB Circulars A-87, and A-102. Prepare the monthly SF-224 financial reports for the U.S. Department of Labor t hat goes to the U.S. Department of Treasury and the National Office contacts, al l close out information agreed with the National Office Balances. Personal Information U.S. Citizen U.S. Navy (1963 to 1967) Honorable Discharge