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NCUA names Woodson new CFO
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (1/10/08)—Mary Ann Woodson will become the chief financial officer of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Jan. 14, taking the spot vacated by the retirement of Dennis Winans at the end of 2007. Woodson has served most recently as deputy CFO at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which includes 22 agencies that merged when DHS was established. Before joining DHS in 2004, Woodson was the budget director for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where her federal career began in 1979. As CFO of the NCUA, Woodson will become responsible for the daily operations of the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) and the NCUA Operating Fund, including the accounting and financial reporting functions for both funds. She will over take over agency administrative functions, such as travel policies and programs, budget preparation and management, finance and accounting functions, accounts payable, payroll, and the administration of credit union operating fees and NCUSIF capitalization deposits and operations. Winans was NCUA CFO since 1995 and had been with the agency since 1979.


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