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Edward Mazur named to head federal financial management office.

President Bush has named Edward Mazur, CPA, to the newly created post of controller, Office of Federal Financial Management, located in the Office of Management and Budget.

In that position, Mazur, previously state controller of Virginia and a former manager in the American Institute of CPAs Washington office, will be the chief financial officer for the federal government. The new post is part of the Chief Financial Officer's Act of 1990, which was strongly supported by the AICPA. In commenting on the appointment, Joseph P. Moraglio, AICPA vice-president-federal government said, "He's the right choice for starting the process of getting our nation's finances under control."
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Date:Nov 1, 1991
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