Nominations of Eugene J. Frank, Kenneth W. Gideon, John M. Walker, Jr., Juan A. Del Real, and Thomas R. Donnelly: Hearing Before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, on Nominations of Eugene J. Frank, to be Commissioner, United States International Trade Commission, Kenneth W. Gideon, to be an Assistant General Counsel, Department of the Treasury, John M. Walker, Jr., to be Assistant Secretary, Department of the Treasury, Juan A. Del Real, to be General Counsel of the Department of Health and Human Services, Thomas R. Donnelly, to be Assistant Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services, July 29, 1981
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981 - United States - 18 pages
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1979 to present administration American Bar Association approve his nomination Assistant General Counsel Assistant Secretary Bar of Texas Bud Wilkinson Bureau of Alcohol Chairman Commissioner Committee on Finance committee's chief counsel concerning any possible conflict in light conflicts of interest D.C. Dear Department of Health disclosure report filed Donnelly served enclose a copy Ethics in Government executive vice president Federal financial disclosure report Frank Gideon Government Act Government Ethics Health and Human Houston Human Services industries Internal Revenue Service International Trade Commission Jackson Walter Juan July 29 Kenneth laws and regulations look forward McClure-Volkmer bill Nominations of Eugene nominee's proposed duties obtained advice Office of Government position question Real regulations governing conflicts responsible reviewed the report Robert Dole Robert Morris College Secretary for Legislation Section of Taxation Senator Heinz Senator Symms Senator Warner session to consider statement Thank Treasury U.S. International Trade U.S. Senate University of Pittsburgh Walker Washington