Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Gwinnett Appoints New CFO

Aaron J. Bovos has been appointed financial services director and chief financial officer for Gwinnett County Government. Bovos served as the county's budget director in 2007.

“I’m pleased with the depth of experience Aaron brings to the table,” said County Administrator Jock Connell. “His background in all aspects of municipal government management – specifically his emphasis on delivering efficient and effective services relating to finance – makes him a good match for the organization.”

Bovos earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Frederick Taylor University in Moraga, Ca., and is a certified treasury professional and certified government finance manager. He is leaving his current post as deputy city manager of the City of Roswell to take this position. Bovos was born and raised in the state of Washington and relocated to Georgia in 1999 to take a job as finance director with the City of Alpharetta. He currently resides in Atlanta.

Bovos will report directly to Deputy County Administrator/Chief Operating Officer Mike Comer and will guide all areas of financial services including accounting, budget, treasury, risk management, purchasing, tax assessor and economic analysis. His start date will be April 27.
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