In a return to the office’s roots, the Securities and Exchange Commission has named a director for its Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs. Meanwhile, the Internal Revenue Service has appointed a new head of its Office of Professional Responsibility, which was created in the wake of the Enron implosion.
Jonathan W. Burks will join the SEC as director of renamed Office of Legislative Affairs, which was known as the Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs until 2002. Jane Cobb, who took a gig as director of operations for the newly created Center for Audit Quality industry group, had previously helmed the office.
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