Deputy Secretary

Some articles on deputy secretary, secretary, deputy:

Sun Zhonghuan - Career
... Army 5170 Branch December 1983 - October 1985, Deputy Secretary and Mayor of Lanxi, Jinhua City, Zhejiang Province November 1989 - March 1993, Secretary of Yongkang, Jinhua City Martch 1993 - September 1994 ...
Ma Wen - Biography
... served in a number of capacities at Nankai University, including as deputy secretary ... After working briefly as the deputy head of the information office of the National Population and Family Planning Commission, she served as the deputy secretary of the Party organization ... She was made the deputy secretary of the Commission in 2004, only the third woman to hold the position, after Deng Yingchao and Liu Liying ...
Howard M. Radzely
... Howard Marc Radzely was the Deputy Secretary of Labor, the chief operating officer of the U.S ... Radzely the Acting Deputy Secretary of Labor effective January 24, 2007, and nominated him for the permanent position on May 10, 2007 ... Senate as Deputy Secretary on December 19, 2007 ...
List Of Positions Filled By Presidential Appointment With Senate Confirmation - Committee On Armed Services
... Department of Defense Office of the Secretary of Defense Secretary of Defense Deputy Secretary of Defense Director - Operational Test and Evaluation ...
List Of Yale Law School Alumni - Law and Government - United States Government - Other U.S. Political Figures
... Agrast (1985), Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legislative Affairs of the United States Department of Justice, 2009–present Meade ... the district of Utah, 2011–present Michael Barr (1992), Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions of the U.S ... Solicitor General, 1993–2001 Antonia Handler Chayes (did not graduate), 14th Under Secretary of the Air Force, 1979–1981 William Thaddeus Coleman III, 17th ...

Famous quotes containing the words secretary and/or deputy:

    The truth is, the whole administration under Roosevelt was demoralized by the system of dealing directly with subordinates. It was obviated in the State Department and the War Department under [Secretary of State Elihu] Root and me [Taft was the Secretary of War], because we simply ignored the interference and went on as we chose.... The subordinates gained nothing by his assumption of authority, but it was not so in the other departments.
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