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Paul Carlson, DAS chief ...
Paul Carlson, DAS chief resource maximization officer (left), also attended the hearing to assist with Legislators' questions. (ALISON SULLIVAN/THE GAZETTE)
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Paul Carlson, State of Nebraska, Lincoln
Carlson has been the Nebraska State Accounting Administrator since 2000, responsible for comptrollership functions for the State, including accounting systems for State agencies, State financial statements, accounting processes, procedures and payments, debt financing, and cash-flow analysis of the State's general fund.
He has been active in the National Association of State Comptrollers, recently serving as its president.
Carlson is a Certified Public Accountant and the Nebraska State Social Security Administrator.
He has completed the coursework for a Ph.D. in Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska, and holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Montana.
Iowa's planned veterans cemetery will be "the most beautiful veterans cemetery in the country," promised Paul Carlson, project manager.Carlson, of the Iowa Department of Administrative Services, is part of the design team that will determine the look of the cemetery, which will be situated on 100 acres of donated land near the Van Meter exit off Interstate Highway 80.The layout and design of the buildings and other features have begun, said Carlson and Patrick Palmersheim, director of the Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs.
said the design team wants to position the cemetery's administration building in such a way that it offers a panoramic view of the property, which includes a view of a heavily wooded river valley.
said that as an example of an upgrade, a veterans organization could help pay for flags and higher-quality flagpoles than have been specified.
"It wasn't cold in the attic ...
"It wasn't cold in the attic at all when this pipe broke," Paul Carlson, chief operating officer with the Iowa Department of Administrative Services, said of the Jan. 29 break that spewed about 1,000 gallons of water into the attic and caused some $40,000 damage as it drained down walls and light fixtures behind the House chamber.
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Paul R. Carlson
Retired State Accounting Administrator