Department of Treasury
Kody H. Kinsley is Assistant Secretary for Management (ASM) for the United States Department of the Treasury. He is the principal advisor to the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary on organizational, management, and operational disciplines, including strategic planning, performance improvement and innovation, financial management and oversight, technology, government-wide shared services, acquisition, and human capital management.
In particular, Mr. Kinsley leads an organization with over 500 staff members responsible for setting Department-wide policy for all Treasury operations, including Treasury’s bureaus. He is responsible for the formulation of the Department’s $15.5 billion budget as well as the formulation and execution of the Treasury headquarters budget of over $300 million. As the Performance Improvement Officer, Mr. Kinsley develops the Department’s strategic plan which sets organizational goals and drives accountability through data-driven quarterly reviews of policy and operational units with departmental leaders.
Prior to his appointment, Mr. Kinsley served in several roles within Treasury. He also worked as a Policy Analyst with the White House Domestic Policy Council and as the Director of Policy and Program Support at the District of Columbia Department of Human Services. Mr. Kinsley’s previous work in private and public sectors focused on healthcare management and health IT implementation at the federal, state, and local levels.</P>
Mr. Kinsley earned his bachelor's degree from Brevard College and a Masters of Public Policy from the Goldman School at the University of California at Berkeley.