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Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt names Sonic executive to new Cabinet spot

Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt names Sonic executive to new Cabinet spot

Tulsa World
By Randy Krehbiel
Updated Jan 7, 2019  

Sonic executive John Budd will serve in the “chief operating officer” position created by Gov.-elect Kevin Stitt, a spokeswoman for the new governor confirmed Monday.

Budd will also serve as Secretary of Agency Accountability, a new Cabinet-level position being created by Stitt.

“In my conversation with governors from across the nation, I heard many credit their success to the hiring of a chief operating officer,” Stitt said in a news release.

“This new COO role will be key to fulfilling my campaign commitment of delivering efficient, customer-centered government throughout our 120 agencies.” FULL ARTICLE

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