|Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs|
July 2, 2005 –August 2, 2007
|President||George W. Bush|
|Preceded by||John B. Taylor|
|Succeeded by||David McCormick|
Timothy Dees Adams
|Education||University of Kentucky (BS,MA,MPA)|
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