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Hunnicutt to head AICPA Washington office.

John E. Hunnicutt was named to succeed B.Z. Lee as head of the AICPA office in Washington, D.C. (see "B. Z. Lee Looks Back--And Forward," page 100). As the newly named group vice president-government affairs, Hunnicutt is responsible for all activities of the Washington office.

Before joining the AICPA in 1991 as vice-president-federal affairs, Hunnicutt was a principal with KPMG Peat Marwick and served as director of government affairs in the firm's Washington executive office.

Earlier in his career, he served as an officer at Philadelphia National Bank, was an executive assistant to then-U.S. Senator Richard Schweiker (R-Pa.) and served as an executive assistant in the Department of the Treasury.

A graduate of the University of North Carolina, Hunnicutt is a past president of the Business-Government Relations Council, a member of the board of trustees of the Congressional Economic Leadership Institute, a member of the Public Affairs Council and former chairman of the AICPA federal legislative task force.
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Title Annotation:John E. Hunnicutt
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
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Date:Nov 1, 1992
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