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Dec 16, 2010

Personnel Changes

MEMORANDUM

Date: December 15, 2010 Refer
Refer To: S7K

To: Senior Staff

From: Michael J. Astrue /s/
Commissioner

Subject: Executive Personnel Assignments - INFORMATION

I have several announcements to share.

In the Office of Budget, Finance and Management, Mike Kramer, Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program (SESCDP) Class V, will become the Acting Deputy Associate Commissioner for Facilities Management (Environmental, Security & Emergency Response) effective January 3.

In the Office of Operations, Linda Dorn, SES CDP Class IV, will become the Associate Commissioner for Disability Determinations. Ruby Burrell, currently serving in that role, will become the Associate Commissioner for Field Site Operations in the Office of Quality Performance effective December 19.

In Operations and Systems, I have established a second Assistant Deputy Commissioner position. Effective January 3, Terrie Gruber will move from Assistant Deputy Commissioner for Disability Adjudication and Review to the Office of Operations as Assistant Deputy Commissioner, and Debbi Russell will move from Associate Commissioner for Automation Support to the Office of Systems as Assistant Deputy Commissioner.

Jo Armstrong will move from Associate Commissioner for Electronic Services to the Associate Commissioner for Automation Support. Sylviane Haldiman will move from Deputy Associate Commissioner for Automation Support to Associate Commissioner for Electronic Services. Laura Train, SES CDP Class IV, will become Deputy Associate Commissioner for Electronic Services.

In the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review, Jim Borland, currently Associate Commissioner for Electronic Services and Strategic Information will become Assistant Deputy Commissioner. Natalie Lu, SES CDP Class IV, will become the Acting Associate Commissioner for Electronic Services and Strategic Information.

Chief Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Frank Cristaudo has accepted a position as Associate Chief ALJ for Administrative Management.

Please join me in wishing everyone success in their new assignments.

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  • 3 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Does anyone work in the Beltway without a title?

    What is going on with Judge Cristaudo?

    8:25 PM, December 16, 2010  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Fell out of favor, obviously.

    10:47 AM, December 17, 2010  
    Anonymous John Herling said...

    Too many chiefs, not enough Indians.

    1:31 AM, December 19, 2010  

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