|HUD No. 22-126
HUD Public Affairs
July 5, 2022
VINAY SINGH SWORN IN AS HUD CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
WASHINGTON - Today, Vinay Singh was sworn in as U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Chief Financial Officer.
HUD Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman issued the oath of office to Chief Financial Officer (CFO)Vinay Singh during a ceremony at HUD’s headquarters. CFO Singh was confirmed by the Senate on June 22, 2022.
"I'm pleased to have Vinay Singh join the HUD team as Chief Financial Officer," said Deputy Secretary Todman. "The Office of the Chief Financial Officer plays a critical role in carrying out HUD’s mission, and, with his vast experience, Vinay will be integral to our success."
“I’m honored to serve in the Biden-Harris Administration as HUD’s Chief Financial Officer and work with the talented staff here at HUD to ensure the Department establishes and meets its financial management goals,” said Chief Financial Officer Singh. “The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is vital to the efficient and effective delivery on HUD’s programs and services, and I look forward to working alongside the talented OCFO team, Secretary Fudge, and Deputy Secretary Todman to fulfill the Department’s mission on behalf of the American people.
Singh is a Certified Public Accountant who previously served as a Senior Advisor to the Administrator at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), assisting agency teams to deliver organizational efficiencies to better serve our communities’ small businesses. Singh has 25 years of private sector leadership experience with a deep understanding of finance, analytics, and strategy.
Prior to his role at SBA, Singh was a Partner and Chief Operating Officer for the Infrastructure practice at KPMG in India. As a senior member of the executive team, he led several organizational transformation projects, leveraging technology to improve profitability and decision-making. Additionally, Singh was a Lead Partner for the World Bank Group account, he supported global sustainability projects focused on solving urban and rural challenges in housing, water, energy, and economic development. Previously, he served in the Obama-Biden Administration as a Deputy Assistant Secretary (U.S. Field). Singh played a key role in leading trade and investment policy and promotion efforts to better market conditions for U.S. companies. In his early years as a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Project Management Professional (PMP), Singh helped several companies improve operational and financial performance. He holds an MBA from Widener University.