Government Executive Vol. 38 No.18
2006 CHIEFS DIRECTORY
The management agenda of the decision-makers in finance, information technology, procurement and personnel.
Chief financial officers have their hands full accounting for agency spending. By Jenny Mandel and Katherine McIntire Peters
As agencies consolidate technology, chief information officers are growing stronger. By David Perera
Three years after their creation, chief acquisition officers are hard to find. By Kimberly Palmer
Chief human capital officers still are working to convince agencies that people matter. By Karen Rutzick
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