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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2015 May 1, 2014
Ralph Hall, R-TX
"Right now, the Chief Administrative Officer of the House distributes 441 copies of its three-volume Statement of Disbursements to the House at a cost of well over $300,000 per year. This quarterly public report of all reports and expenditures for U.S. House of Representatives Members, committees, leadership, officers, and offices was more than 2,400 pages long in its last edition. Multiply that by 441, and you have 100,000 pages of printed material, all of which can easily be accessed on the CAO‘s Web site."
Thanking Steve Kaeser For His Service To The House December 5, 2013
Candice Miller, R-MI
"Moving forward, Steve has remained committed to supporting the ever-changing technology environment. After a few years in Technology Support, Steve joined Enterprise Operations where he became involved in critical aspects of client server architecture. He played an integral role in Windows server delivery and support and he performed system builds, security analysis and troubleshooting. In addition to server support, on occasion, Steve would lend his “radio” voice to the Recording Studio as a narrator for House training or you might see him at a co-workers desk helping them solve a problem. Throughout his career, Steve has provided House customers with the world class service they expect from the CAO."
Vietnam Human Rights Act Of 2013 July 31, 2013
Ed Royce, R-CA
"The Cao Dai Buddhists face severe persecution from the government, the communist government there."
Recognizing The Employees Of The House Of Representatives Child Care Center With The 2012 Employee Excellence Award March 21, 2013
Candice Miller, R-MI
"The employees of the HRCCC have demonstrated a high level of drive, determination and commitment over the past year. They are dedicated not only to the children, but also to their parents, the CAO and the House community at-large."
Recognizing Anthony H. “Tony” Griffin On The Occasion Of His Retirement As Fairfax County Executive April 23, 2012
Gerald Connolly, D-VA
"Perhaps Tony’s most lasting achievement will be his effort to establish a model of regional cooperation for emergency management. As Chair of the Chief Administrative Officers Committee of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Tony coordinated local government decisions and responses to a myriad of incidents. His leadership was invaluable during the events of 9/11, in which his calm leadership helped assure the delivery of essential government services throughout that tragedy. Under his leadership, the CAO Committee established a new framework to foster better collaboration and cooperation among the 17 local governments, two states and the District of Columbia that comprise the National Capital Region. Those efforts proved particularly vital during the 2001 anthrax incidents, the 2002 regional sniper attacks, the 2009 presidential inauguration, and 2010’s historic snowstorms."

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