Mr. Gregg Treml serves as Acting Deputy Chief Component Human Capital Officer, Chief Learning Officer in this capacity he is responsible for implementing strategic human capital initiatives supportive of FEMA’s mission to help people before, during and after disasters. Prior to beginning with FEMA, he was Chief of Staff for the Public Buildings Service, within the General Services Administration (GSA). As Chief of Staff, Mr. Treml oversaw the strategic planning; analytical performance management; budgeting and personnel planning for the Service; as well as the day to day operations of the Commissioner’s office. The Public Buildings Service (PBS) is the real estate arm of the civilian Federal government and has a workforce of approximately 5,700 Federal employees across 11 Regional offices and many field offices within the United States. PBS operates with a $10 billion annual appropriation to carry out its mission.
Before joining GSA, Mr. Treml served five years within FEMA’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO). As a member of OCFO’s leadership team, Mr. Treml oversaw FEMA’s position allocation and budgeting; staffing baseline; and the formulation, justification and execution of FEMA’s operating appropriation and the United States Fire Administration appropriation. Through his tenure at FEMA, Mr. Treml gained extensive knowledge of FEMA’s mission and programs, and experience managing large geographically disbursed organizations.
Before joining the Federal government, Mr. Treml was an auditor with Deloitte, LLP. Mr. Treml holds a Master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Connecticut, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Accountancy from Providence College.