Timothy O’Reilly was named vice president, Controller in
May 2011. He is responsible for certifying financial filings as the Postal Service’s chief accounting officer. In addition, the Office of Controller manages Corporate Accounting, Accounting Services, Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Management Controls and Integration, and the Corporate Audit Response Group. O’Reilly reports to the chief financial officer and executive vice president.
O’Reilly has 35 years of postal experience with 23 years in financial roles. Since joining the Postal Service in 1975, he has served as manager of Accounting and manager of Budget, Pittsburgh District; Financial Services analyst and manager of Accounting, Eastern Area; manager of Finance and Business Analysis, headquarters; Capital Metro Area finance manager; and Continuous Improvement executive manager, headquarters. In that capacity, he served as head of the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) program, overseeing projects designed to cut Postal Service costs and increase operational efficiency. He also oversaw LSS training for hundreds of postal employees.
A member of the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants, O’Reilly holds a Bachelor of Science degree, with an emphasis in accounting, from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.