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Edmonds joined the company in 1994 as Human Resources director and was named chief administrative officer in 2010.
Ms Ho joined the Administrative Service in 1983 and rose to her present rank of Administrative Officer Staff Grade A in 2009.
His service in the House includes positions with the Office of the Clerk, Office of the Chief Administrative Officer and Office of the Sergeant at Arms.
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.
JP Morgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM) has named Pete Bocian, formerly a chief administrative officer of consumer-technology company Hewlett-Packard Co (NYSE: HPQ), as its head of corporate services and finance, Dow Jones has reported, citing an internal memo of the bank.
Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen said the coroner would like a new, larger facility that could relieve overcrowded conditions -- at a cost of more than $100 million.
Pierce currently is assistant general manager for rail operations at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) in Philadelphia, where she also served as chief administrative officer from January 1990 through the end of 1992.
Kendall to senior vice president, chief administrative officer.