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GPO: Robert R. Carr Named Chief Human Capital Officer

Friday, November 07, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Washington, DC-Robert R. Carr, a 25-year human capital executive with extensive experience in large, union-organized, manufacturing environments, is the new Chief Human Capital Officer at the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO).      "Robert Carr is a key addition to the GPO's senior management team.  His expertise in managing human resources for large manufacturers will help lead our workforce, along with our 23 bargaining units, into the modern day and beyond," said Deputy Public Printer William H. Turri, who is the agency's Chief Operating Officer.   For the last three years, Carr has been at Exemplar Manufacturing, where most recently he was the Corporate Director of Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer.  As such, he had full budgeting responsibility for both domestic and international human resources operations and oversaw all aspects of human resources management for six locations.  Prior to that, Carr spent time as Director of Human Resources at The Wellness Plan and Value Behavioral Health.  Carr also led the human resources divisions for Leaf Inc. in Illinois, Transportation Manufacturing Corp. in New Mexico, and Spectradyne in Texas.  Carr has a B.A. in Business Administration and Urban Studies from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio and he also attended The Executive Management Program at Northwestern University.   The selection of Robert R. Carr as the GPO's Chief Human Capital Officer was effective September 3, 2003.




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