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Ms Ho joined the Administrative Service in 1983 and rose to her present rank of Administrative Officer Staff Grade A in 2009.
Byline: TROY ANDERSON Staff Writer Los Angeles County supervisors interviewed four candidates Monday to succeed Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen, who retires next week after 34 years of public service.
Kirschenbaum has been named as executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Swig Equities, LLC.
com/research/85a0c6/what_chief_adminis) has announced the addition of the "What Chief Administrative Officers Need to Know About Best Practices for Advising Their CEO in 2011" audioconference to their offering.
The DWP's union is the only one in the city that for about a decade has negotiated contracts whose salary increases are tied to the consumer price index, said City Administrative Officer Bill Fujioka.
Gittis is the vice chairman and chief administrative officer of MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings, Inc.
Kendall to senior vice president, chief administrative officer.
``A health authority is an oxymoron - a multimillion-dollar bureaucracy with no control over the budget, the Department of Health Services, the chief administrative officer or the Board of Supervisors,'' Antonovich said.