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Financial Management Branch (FMB)

Donna JonesDonna Jones
NIDA Budget Officer

What We Do:

The Financial Management Branch aims to provide good stewardship and appropriate accountability in all financial transactions while overseeing and managing the more than $1 billion annual Congressional appropriation to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

The FMB performs the following functions:

  • Manages the program planning process for resource allocation and monitory to support policy development
  • Formulates and coordinates the planning and execution of the Institute’s budget;
  • Participates in Congressional, Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and departmental hearings
  • Advises Institute staff in preparing budget estimates and justifications
  • Coordinates the development and operation of data systems for use in maintaining administrative and programmatic information about Institute research, training, and management activities
  • Coordinates the development and preparation of reports on research activities and accomplishments for use by NIDA staff and managers
  • Coordinates the development and preparation of quantitative information on Institute research and training activities prepared in response to inquiries by PHS, HHS, OMB, Congress, outside organizations, and the general public.

Subject Matter Expert Contact List

Financial Management Branch
Name Title Phone Areas of Responsibility
Donna Jones Budget Officer/CFO (301) 443-6627
  • General oversight of NIDA budget
Stacy Gardner Deputy Budget Officer (301) 402-0822
  • Grants Funding
  • AIDS Budget
  • Gift Fund Accounts & Requests
  • New PIs/ESIs
  • SOFie Administrator
  • RFA & Setaside Tracking
  • End of Year Closing
Sharon Goon Budget Analyst (301) 402-0783
  • COAC
  • Balance of Accounts
  • Contracts
  • RMS Budgets
  • Inter-Agency Agreements (IAAs)
  • GPRA
  • Efficient Spending
  • Conference Approvals
Yvonne Moskal Budget Analyst (301) 402-0719
  • Briefing Books
  • Grants Reconciliation
  • NIH Actuals
  • Disease Coding & Reporting (RCDC) & RBET
  • President's Budget
  • Congressional Justification
  • ONDCP
Nakia Walters Budget Analyst (301) 402-0782
  • TAPs
  • FTEs
  • Co-Funds & MOUs
  • CAN Requests & Changes
  • SBIR/STTR & NRSA Budgets
  • Salary Projections
Susan Brady Administrative Secretary (301) 443-6627
  • Office management

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This page was last updated December 2011

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