David Rubenstein was appointed to the position of Vice President for Finance and University Treasurer in 2012.� In that role he is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Office of Financial Affairs, including contracts, procurement, accounts payable, treasury operations, tax, debt management, budgeting and planning, general accounting, post-award accounting and student accounts.� He also oversees units responsible for auxiliary services, benefits and payroll. � David previously held the position of Vice President of Financial and Planning and Analysis where he was responsible for the development, monitoring and implementation of the University's multi-year financial plan as well as debt management and issuance.� That performance was rewarded with upgrades to the University's credit ratings by S&P and Moody's. � David �joined Georgetown in 2004 from New York City Office of Management and Budget where he was Deputy Director responsible for economic and tax forecasting, intergovernmental relations, and the operating and capital budgets for education, housing and economic development. David holds a Master of Science in Industrial Administration from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Bachelor of City Planning from the University of Virginia.
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