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Daniel Eke and Associates, P. C.
8701 Georgia Avenue, Suite 503
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
Daniel Eke, MBA, CPA, CGFM:
Mr. Eke has a vast range of audit experience, highlighted by over a decade spent focused on
statements, and financial and management advisory services to a wide variety of entities
governments, commercial and quasi-governmental organizations. Mr. Eke is knowledgeable
about the CFO Act, FMFIA, OMB Circulars A-123, A-127, A-128, A-130, A-133 etc., as well as
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards
versed in writing audit reports, conducting entrance and exit conferences, and very
knowledgeable in briefing senior management. Mr. Eke currently hold DoD clearance at the
Theodore Morgan Kilby, Jr., CFE, CGFM:
Mr. Kilby is a Certified Government Financial Manager with over twenty years of experience in
accounting, financial management consulting, internal control reviews, and auditing public and
private sector entities. He has serves as the manager for many engagements. Mr. Kilby has
served as manager in planning, coordinating, and supervising numerous auditing, accounting,
and financial management engagements. He has a wealth of experience in serving as the
engagement manager in conducting numerous auditing and financial management
engagements in the governmental sector.
Mr. Kilby was the Deputy Financial Officer for the Department of Justice, Office of Community
Oriented Policing Services (COPS) responsible for the daily operations of the financial
functions and activities. The COPS Office is a law enforcement grant making organization with
annual appropriations ranging between $600 million and $1 billion. The Finance Office
presently oversees grant obligations in excess of $3 billion in support of 10 various law
enforcement grant programs and over $45 million in administrative support for these COPS
programs. He supervised a staff of 16 professions that included staff accountants, accounting
technicians, financial specialist, financial analyst, and administrative support personnel. He is
well versed in writing audit reports, conducting entrance and exit conferences, and very
knowledgeable in briefing senior management. Mr. Kilby currently holds DoD clearance at the
results and compliance with laws, policies, rules and governing regulation, including Treasury,
OMB and GAO regulations, and (b) skills in the use of techniques and methods for the
For over 20 years with the Office of Inspector General, he has provided leadership and
direction in the overall planning, development, coordination, implementation and administration
of audits within the Office of Audits. He provided support and assistance in areas of policy
development and implementation while using knowledge of information technology and
initiatives. Responsible for implementation of new and revised administrative and technical
procedures to meet the changing needs of audits.
He has participated on workgroups implementing and evaluating programs such as
Performance Partnership Grants; OMB Compliance Supplement; and State Revolving Fund,
and the Single Audit Act. He assisted in the development of strategic plans establishing
approaches for use in focusing audit resources on areas considered most vulnerable to
Governmental programs of external audits of grants. He is well versed in writing audit reports,
conducting entrance and exit conferences, and very knowledgeable in briefing senior
management. Mr. Murphy currently holds DoD clearance at the SECRET Level.