Steven T. Shedd Joins GPO as Chief Financial Officer
Press release from the issuing company
November 14, 2003 -- Washington, DC-With nearly a quarter of a century of experience as a financial officer in the private sector, Steven T. Shedd has joined the executive team at the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) in the newly created position of Chief Financial Officer. He will be responsible for the financial and administrative operations of the agency. Shedd will also serve on the agency's 11 person Management Council, which is responsible for establishing overall policies for the GPO.
"Steven T. Shedd brings a world of knowledge to us as we work to transform the GPO into operating more like a business. He not only has extensive experience in manufacturing, he has worked in the high-tech fields of the 21st century where the GPO is headed," said Deputy Public Printer William H. Turri, who is the agency's chief operating officer.
Shedd joins the GPO after 25 years in the private sector. Shedd has extensive experience in technology manufacturing, software and service companies and has participated in a significant number of merger and acquisitions transactions. His finance and accounting profession began at Coopers & Lybrand in Boston (now PricewaterhouseCoopers, PwC). Upon leaving PwC in 1980, Shedd began a series of progressive job moves as Internal Audit Manager, Manager of Accounting, Director of Accounting and Reporting, Division Controller, Corporate Controller and finally becoming the Chief Financial Officer of a public technology company in 1993. For the last three years, he has been Senior VP and CFO of Keybridge Corp. and ClearBlue Technologies. Shedd holds a B.A. in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Boston University. Steve Shedd's selection as the GPO's Chief Financial Officer was effective September 24, 2003.
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