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Office of the Chief Financial Officer

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) works to effectively manage ICE’s physical and financial resources and provides key financial services to other government components. We allocate resources to ICE’s operational components by implementing best practices and linking strategic planning, budgeting and program performance to financial decision making.


To resource and enable the ICE mission, while providing sound stewardship through the dedication and professionalism of our financial, budgetary and asset management workforce.


Be effective by challenging the status quo, remaining unwavering in our discipline and defining value through every facet of our operations and people.


OCFO will execute on our vision through a collective set of core values and common principles.

  • Teamwork | In OCFO, everything we do, we do together.
  • Excellence | OCFO seeks to exhibit superior professionalism and to provide the highest degree of financial service to our customers.
  • Accountability | OCFO is responsible for the products and services we provide and must be an honest steward of the resources appropriated to ICE on behalf of the American taxpayer.
  • Integrity | OCFO will conduct ourselves and our business with honesty and adhere to the highest ethical standards.

Chief Financial Officer

Jennifer Cleary
Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Jennifer Cleary is the Chief Financial Officer for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Ms. Cleary leads a team of 350 personnel, including three subordinate Senior Executives, and is responsible for budgetary, accounting, and financial oversight for the agency’s $8 billion budget, and serves as the liaison for Congressional Appropriations engagement.