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  2. United States Department of Defense - Wikipedia

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    Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) Budget and Financial Management Policy; Death and Taxes: 2009—A visual guide and infographic of the 2009 United States federal budget, including the Department of Defense with data provided by the Comptrollers office. Department of Defense IA Policy Chart

  3. Shashi Kant Sharma - Wikipedia

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    Shashi Kant Sharma is a retired central civil servant of 1976 batch under IAS cadre belonging to Bihar.He was the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. In July 2014 he assumed office as a Member of the United Nations Board of Auditors.

  4. Military budget of the United States - Wikipedia

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    The U.S. Department of Defense budget accounted in fiscal year 2017 for about 14.8% of the United States federal budgeted expenditures. According to the Congressional Budget Office, defense spending grew 9% annually on average in fiscal years 2000–2009.

  5. Massachusetts Attorney General - Wikipedia

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    Massachusetts Attorney General's Office as the Chief of the Civil Rights Division, Chief of the Public Protection and Advocacy Bureau, Chief of the Business and Labor Bureau, litigator and junior partner at the international law firm WilmerHale, Special Assistant District Attorney for Middlesex County, clerk for Judge David Mazzone in the ...

  6. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts - Wikipedia

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    History. The predecessor to the current comptroller's office started in 1846. The longest-serving Comptrollers in Texas history were Robert S. Calvert, who held the post for 26 consecutive years for an unprecedented twelve terms; George H. Sheppard, who served for 18 years over nine two-year terms; and Bob Bullock, who served for 16 years for four four-year terms and later was notable as one ...

  7. Tom Perez - Wikipedia

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    During the final two years of the second Clinton administration, he worked as the Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the United States Department of Health and Human Services. [25] From 2001 to 2007, Perez was a professor at the University of Maryland School of Law, where he taught in the clinical law and the law and health program. [26]

  8. Computer - Wikipedia

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    Lyons's LEO I computer, modelled closely on the Cambridge EDSAC of 1949, became operational in April 1951 and ran the world's first routine office computer job. Grace Hopper was the first to develop a compiler for a programming language.

  9. New York State Comptroller - Wikipedia

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    Powers and duties. The State Comptroller is in effect New York's chief fiscal officer. Article V, Section 1, of the New York Constitution requires the State Comptroller "to audit all vouchers before payment and all official accounts", "to audit the accrual and collection of all revenues and receipts", and "to prescribe such methods of accounting as are necessary for the performance of the ...