Jean Roussel / Erin Campbell Thursday, January 16, 2014 Chief Financial Officer Attestation The new guidelines on the Chief Financial Officer Attestation for Treasury Board Submissions will require changes in each department. This session will ensure that participants understand clearly the new requirements for Treasury Board Submissions and Memorandum to Cabinets that will require the approval of the Chief Financial Officer of each department. This guideline will be effective January 1st 2014 therefore be proactive and attend this session that will highlight the requirements of the Chief Financial Officer Attestation. Jean Roussel, Senior Advisor, Financial Management Sector, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Jean Roussel has a Master in Political Sciences from the University of Montreal in 1992. He currently holds a position of Senior Advisor in the Financial Management Sector of the Office of the Comptroller General of Canada. In his 21-year career in the Public Service of Canada, Jean Roussel has worked for several departments. He made a significant contribution to the Canadian Housing Agency of the Armed Forces, Elections Canada by participating in the development of a new system to produce the electoral list, at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in field of Financial Management and now at the Office of the Comptroller General in the area of service charge and costing. He was able to earn throughout this journey, the respect of his peers from the various departments where he worked due to his dedication, attentions and conscientiousness. Erin Campbell, Senior Privy Council Officer, Machinery of Government, Privy Council Office Erin Campbell is currently a Senior Privy Council Officer in the Privy Council Office's Machinery of Government Secretariat. Her responsibilities include advising on the Cabinet decision-making system, the structure of government organizations and government transitions. A graduate of the Accelerated Economist Training Program, Ms. Campbell was previously a policy analyst at Industry Canada. Ms. Campbell has a Bachelor of Laws and a Masters in Public Administration from Dalhousie University.