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Under Secretary for Domestic Finance

The Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance is a high-ranking position within United States Department of the Treasury that reports to, advises, and assists the Secretary of the Treasury and the Deputy Secretary of the Treasury.[1] The Under Secretary leads the Department's policy on the issues of domestic finance, fiscal policy, fiscal operations, government assets, government liabilities, and other related economic and fiscal matters.[2]

The current Under Secretary is Mary J. Miller.

Overview

The Under Secretary has oversight of the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions, the Assistant Secretary for Financial Markets, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Development Policy, the Director of the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund, the Bureau of the Public Debt, and the Fiscal Assistant Secretary. The Under Secretary receives reports from the Fiscal Assistant Secretary on the Financial Management Service.[1]

List of Under Secretaries of the Treasury for Domestic Finance (Incomplete)

Name Assumed Office Left Office President Appointed By Secretary Served Under
Frank N. Newman[3] 1993 1994 Bill Clinton Lloyd Bentsen
John D. Hawke, Jr.[4] 1995 1998 Bill Clinton Robert Rubin
Gary Gensler[5] 1999 2001 Bill Clinton Lawrence Summers
Peter R. Fisher[6] 2001 2004 George W. Bush Paul O'Neill, John W. Snow
Brian C. Roseboro[7] 2004 2005 George W. Bush John W. Snow
Randal Quarles[8] August 8, 2005 October 13, 2006 George W. Bush John W. Snow, Henry Paulson
Robert K. Steel[9] October 10, 2006 July 9, 2008 George W. Bush Henry Paulson
Anthony Ryan (Acting)[10] July 2008 2009 George W. Bush Henry Paulson
Michael Barr (Acting)[11] 2009 2009 Barack Obama Timothy Geithner
Jeffrey A. Goldstein[12] March 27, 2010 2011 Barack Obama Timothy Geithner
Mary J. Miller[13] March 2012 Present Barack Obama Timothy Geithner


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