About

Team

Learn about the Team at OCTA Measure M2 Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, including our Chief Financial Officer and Director of Finance and Administration.

Andrew Oftelie

Chief Financial Officer

Andy Oftelie is the Chief Financial Officer for the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), serving in this position since June 2013.

OCTA is responsible for planning, financing, and coordinating Orange County's freeway, street, and rail development, as well as managing bus services, commuter-rail services, and paratransit service. OCTA has 1,500 employees, a $1.1 billion annual budget, and is governed by a 17-voting member board of directors.

Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, Oftelie oversees a staff of 165 employees and directs and manages all financial and administrative functions for the organization including public finance, investor relations, treasury, financial planning, budgeting, accounting, financial reporting, revenue and grants administration, information technology, contracts administration and general administration. Oftelie also serves as the Board-appointed Treasurer of the organization.

Oftelie’s career at OCTA started as an entry-level Financial Analyst in 1999. In his tenure at OCTA, Oftelie has been given increasing levels of responsibility and advanced to the position of Chief Financial Officer in 2013. Immediately prior to being promoted to the position of CFO, Oftelie served as the Director of Finance and

Sean Murdock

Director of Finance and Administration
smurdock@octa.net

Sean Murdock is the Director of Finance and Administration for the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), serving in this position since September 2014.

OCTA is responsible for planning, financing, and coordinating Orange County's freeway, street, and rail development, as well as managing bus services, commuter-rail services, and paratransit service. OCTA has 1,500 employees, a $1.1 billion annual budget, and is governed by a 17-voting member board of directors.

Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, Murdock directs and manages the Public Finance, Treasury, Financial Planning and Analysis, Accounting and Financial Reporting, Grant and Revenue Administration, and General Services functions, overseeing a staff of 61  employees.

Murdock’s career at OCTA started as a senior-level Financial Analyst in 2006. In his tenure at OCTA, Murdock has been given increasing levels of responsibility and advanced to the position of Director of Finance and Administration in 2014.  Prior to being promoted to the position of Director, Murdock served as the manager of Financial Planning and Analysis since 2010.

Murdock earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley.