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Holly Greaves to be Nominated as EPA CFO

Holly Greaves, senior adviser to the Environmental Protection Agency administrator for budget and audit, will be nominated by President Donald Trump as the next EPA chief financial officer.

The White House said Wednesday Greaves has extensive experience with federal accounting standards, financial and information technology environments as well as financial operations and management laws and regulations.

Greaves previously was lead developer of industry-specific training content at KPMG‘s federal audit practice, supporting lecturer on government accounting at George Washington University and associate for assurance and advisory services at Ernst and Young.

She received her bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in accountancy from the University of Tennessee.

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