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US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
William F. Clinger, Jr.
Politician
4-Apr-1929   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1979-97
Lovida H. Coleman, Jr.
Attorney
21-May-1949   Partner, Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan
Bill Donaldson
Government
2-Jun-1931   SEC Chairman, 2003-05
Cal Dooley
Politician
11-Jan-1954   Congressman from California, 1991-2005
Patrick W. Gross
Business
15-May-1944   Co-Founder, American Management Systems
Suzanne Nora Johnson
Business
14-May-1957   Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, 2004-07
Gwendolyn S. King
Government
23-Sep-1940   Commissioner of Social Security, 1989-92
John Macomber
Business
13-Jan-1928   JDM Investment Group
Paul O'Neill
Government
4-Dec-1935   US Treasury Secretary, 2001-02
Tom Ridge
Politician
26-Aug-1945   US Secretary of Homeland Security, 2003-04
Charles O. Rossotti
Business
17-Jan-1941   IRS Commissioner, 1997-2002
George Shultz
Government
13-Dec-1920   US Secretary of State, 1982-89
Rodney Slater
Government
23-Feb-1955   US Secretary of Transportation, 1997-2001
David M. Walker
Government
2-Oct-1951   US Comptroller General
John P. White
Government
27-Feb-1937   US Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1995-97
John C. Whitehead
Business
2-Apr-1922   US Deputy Secretary of State, 1985-89
James Lee Witt
Government
6-Jan-1944   FEMA Director, 1993-2001
Suzanne H. Woolsey
Business
c. 1942   National Academies


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