Members of the President's Councilon Year 2000 Conversion

Members of the President's Council on Year 2000 Conversion

John Koskinen, chairman

Sally Katzen, vice chairwoman

Anne Reed, CIO, Agriculture Department

Robert L. Mallett, deputy secretary, Commerce Department

Arthur L. Money, senior civilian official, OASD (C3I)

Mike Smith, acting deputy secretary, Education Department

Betsy Moler, deputy secretary, Energy Department

Kevin Thurm, deputy secretary, Department of Health and Human Services

Gloria Parker, CIO, Department of Housing and Urban Development

Daryl White, CIO, Interior Department

Steve Colgate, assistant attorney general for administration, Justice Department

Kittie Higgins, deputy secretary, Labor Department

Bonnie Cohen, undersecretary for management, State Department

Mortimer Downey, deputy secretary, Transportation Department

Nancy Kellefer, assistant secretary for management, CFO, Treasury Department

Harold F. Gracey Jr., chief of staff, Department of Veterans Affairs

Michael Greenberger, director of the Division of Trading and Markets, Commodity Futures Trading Commission

Mark Jacobsen, CIO and senior adviser, Comptroller of the Currency

Al Pesachowitz, CIO, Environmental Protection Agency

Mike Powell, commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

Clay Hollister, CIO/IT Service, Federal Emergency Management Agency

Katie Hirning, CIO, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Stephen R. Malphrus, director of the Division of Information Resources Management, Federal Reserve System

Elaine Kolish, assistant director of the Enforcement Division, Federal Trade Commission

Lee Holcomb, CIO, NASA

Lawrence Gershwin, national intelligence officer for science and technology, National Intelligence Council

Morley Winograd, director, National Performance Review

Gerald Glaser, deputy director of the Office of Information and Resource Management, National Science Foundation

Hugh Thompson Jr., deputy executive director for regulatory programs, Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Leigh Shein, chief of staff, Office of Personnel Management

Richard D. Weirich, CIO and vice president of information systems, U.S. Postal Service

Richard Lindsey, director of market regulations, Securities and Exchange Commission

Chris Sale, COO, Small Business Administration

John Dyer, CIO, Social Security Administration

Richard Nygard, CIO, U.S. Agency for International Development

G. Edward DeSeve, controller and acting deputy director for management, Office of Management and Budget

Kathy Adams, co-chairwoman of the Year 2000 Committee, CIO Council

Shirley Malia, co-chairwoman of the Year 2000 Committee, CIO Council

Eliza McClenahan, chairwoman of the International Working Group, CIO Council

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