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Scott Soles Nominated for CFO in Department of Agriculture

President Trump nominated Scott Soles, an independent financial projects analyst, to be the chief financial officer at the  Department of Agriculture. Soles possesses 30 years of auditing, finance and consultancy experience, including time at various Fortune 500 firms, the White House said Friday.

“With over 30 years of experience in internal and external financial auditing, consulting and finance operations, Scott Soles will bring valuable financial management experience and knowledge to USDA,” Sonny Perdue, the agriculture secretary, said in a statement Friday. “I urge the Senate to act on Scott’s nomination as soon as possible.” 

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