Roy Burton

Mr. Roy Burton, CGFM, PMP, CABM has over 30 years of documented success in financial, compensation, project and human resource management. Proven track record in short and long term planning and leading teams to task completion.

Mr. Burton has supported the Washington, DC Chapter of the Project Management Institute for twelve years. Served as the first Chairperson of Luncheons and as VP, Volunteers and Business Services, currently as the Chief Financial Officer since 2011.

Mr. Burton is a retired U.S. Army Finance Officer. Roy’s military career began as a Private in the Finance Corps, progressed to being the Finance Officer for Joint U.S. Forces supporting operations in Soto Cano, Honduras and later the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers, Europe (SHAPE) and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Mons, Belgium. In addition to finance assignments, he also served as Commander of Company C, 2nd Battalion, Indianapolis, Indiana and the 127th Finance Support Unit, Mons, Belgium. His career culminated as a member of a Commission appointed by President Clinton to review compensation of the seven uniform services.

Mr. Burton currently is the Assistant Director, Support Services for U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), which oversees the Internal Revenue Services. Prior to TIGTA, he was the Project Controls Manager, Health Solutions Business Unit of the Science Application International Corporation (SAIC) for 13 years.

Mr. Burton maintains Certifications as a Government Financial Manager (CGFM), a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Associate Business Manager (CABM). He earned his Masters of Science, Personnel Management and Administration, Troy State University and a Bachelors of Science, Banking and Finance from the University of Florida.