- Fighting the stereotype of the stuffy Government Bureaucracy
- Building support for the President's Management Agenda with the Green Broom
- Using logic in entitlements
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Thursday, November 16, 2006
Curtis (Curt) L. Coy was appointed the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration for the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) on October 6, 2002. Prior to his appointment, he served briefly as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Management at the Administration on Aging and for two years as the Director of the Program Support Center (PSC) at the Department of Health and Human Services. The Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration is responsible for exerting corporate leadership to ensure the success of the business aspects of the Administration's mission. Mr. Coy serves as ACF's Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Information Officer (CIO), Chief Grant Officer, FMFIA Management Control Officer, and Deputy Ethics Officer. In addition to providing the highest quality advice and service to the Assistant Secretary concerning grants, financial and human resources, systems management and administrative services, Mr. Coy oversees a staff of approximately 125 who carry out contract management, grants policy, financial management, internal and state systems, human resources and administrative functions.