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Dan Berger
Acting Administrator
Administration for Community Living
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Dan Berger currently serves as the Acting Assistant Secretary for Aging and the Acting Administrator of the Administration for Community Living (ACL), assuming both roles in February 2017.
 
Mr. Berger has served in the position of Deputy Administrator for Management and Budget in ACL since its creation in April 2012. ACL brings together the federal government's work on behalf of older adults and people with disabilities. From the beginning, ACL was based on a commitment to one fundamental principle – that people with disabilities and older adults should be able to live independently and participate fully in their communities. ACL works with states, tribes, community providers, researchers, universities, nonprofit organizations, businesses and families to achieve that vision.
 
As Deputy Administrator for Management and Budget, he serves as the Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer and oversees the administration of ACL’s financial resources; discretionary and mandatory grants; information technology and telecommunications; procurement and facilities services; personnel and human capital development; and internal control activities. Under his leadership, the Center is responsible for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of ACL’s operations and providing effective administrative services to support ACL’s programs.
 
Prior to assuming his current position, Mr. Berger served in a variety of budget and management positions in the Department. Management positions at AoA included Director of the Center for Management and Budget, Director of the Office of Management Analysis and Resources, and Director of the Office of Information Resources Management. He entered Federal service as a Presidential Management Fellow in 1997 and spent 8 years as a budget analyst in the Office of the Secretary and AoA.
 
He received a Master of Public Administration degree from Northeastern University and bachelor’s degrees in history and politics from Brandeis University. He resides in Fairfax, Virginia with his wife and three children.