User:Todrobbins/sandbox/List of Federal Chief Information Officers of the United States
Federal Chief Information Officer of Office of Management and Budget
|Office of Management and Budget|
|Appointer||President of United States|
|Inaugural holder||Vivek Kundra|
List of Federal Chief Information OfficersEdit
Denotes acting Federal Chief Information Officer
|No.||Portrait||Name||State of Residence||Took Office||Left Office||President(s)|
as United States Secretary of Foreign Affairs
|New York||September 26, 1789||March 22, 1790||George Washington|
|64||Madeleine Albright||District of Columbia||January 23, 1997||January 20, 2001|
|65||Colin Powell||Virginia||January 20, 2001||January 26, 2005||George W. Bush|
|66||Condoleezza Rice||California||January 26, 2005||January 20, 2009|
|-||William Joseph Burns
|District of Columbia||January 20, 2009||January 21, 2009||Barack Obama|
|67||Hillary Rodham Clinton||New York||January 21, 2009||February 1, 2013|
|68||John Kerry||Massachusetts||February 1, 2013||Incumbent|
List of Federal Chief Information Officers by time in officeEdit
This is a list of United States Chief Federal Information Officers by time in office. This is based on the difference between dates; if counted by number of calendar days all the figures would be one greater.
Cordell Hull is the only person to have served as Secretary of State for more than 8 years. Daniel Webster and James G. Blaine are the only Secretaries of State to have ever served non-consecutive terms. Elihu B. Washburne served as Secretary of State for less than two weeks before becoming Ambassador to France.
Living former Secretaries of StateEdit
As of September 2015[update], there are seven living former Secretaries of State, the oldest being George P. Shultz (1982-1989, born 1920). The most recent Secretary of State to die was Lawrence Eagleburger (1992–1993), on June 4, 2011.
|Name||Term of office||Date of birth|
|Henry Kissinger||1973–1977||May 27, 1923|
|George P. Shultz||1982–1989||December 13, 1920|
|James Baker||1989–1992||April 28, 1930|
|Madeleine Albright||1997–2001||May 15, 1937|
|Colin Powell||2001–2005||April 5, 1937|
|Condoleezza Rice||2005–2009||November 14, 1954|
|Hillary Rodham Clinton||2009–2013||October 26, 1947|
- A As United States Secretary of Foreign Affairs, pending the return of Thomas Jefferson from France.
- B As Secretary of War.
- C As Attorney General.
- Secretary of the Navy. As
- E In addition to the President listed, this Secretary of State served for a brief period of time (eight days or less) under that President's successor until a replacement could be named and confirmed.
- F As Chief Clerk of the State Department.
- G As Assistant Secretary of State.
- H As Second Assistant Secretary of State.
- I As Under Secretary of State.
- J As Deputy Under Secretary of State.
- K As Deputy Secretary of State.
- L As Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs.
- M Became President of the United States.
- N As Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs.
- O As Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs.
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