District's CFO: One Of a Kind

Glazier, Kyle
May 2012
Bond Buyer;5/22/2012, p1
Trade Publication
The article features Washington (D.C.) poetry-writing chief financial officer (CFO) Natwar Gandhi and his role as CFO. It says that Gandhi, who enjoys a level of certainty and independence, manages the debt and certification of balanced budget of the district. It adds that he took the position as CFO in 2000 and was still guided by a control board created by an act of Congress in 1995. Moreover, Gandhi credits the district's control board and government for their effort for the district.


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