Deputies Step in After Jenner Leaves Treasury

December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/27/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32037, p5
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The article focuses on tax policy leader Greg Jenner, who resigned suddenly from the U.S. Treasury Department on December 17, 2004 to return to private law practice. Two officials will take over the role until a new assistant secretary for tax policy is named to replace Jenner. Robert Carroll, deputy assistant secretary for tax analysis, will provide economic advice but will not take Jenner's title. Eric Solomon will serve as the acting deputy assistant secretary for tax policy while continuing as deputy assistant secretary for regulatory affairs.


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