Brad Livingston

last updated 1/8/2018

Brad Livingston

Chief Financial Officer at South Carolina ETV

Location:
1041 George Rogers Boulevard, Columbia, South Carolina, United States
HQ Phone:
(803) 737-3200

General Information

Experience

Executive Consultant - Livingston Consulting

External Consultant - Strategic Partnerships , Inc.

Deputy Director of the Financial Services Division - TDCJ

Executive Director - Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Top Administrator - Texas Public Employees Association

Top Administrator - TPEA’s

Education

Penn State

B.A. , with honors - Political Science , Metropolitan State College of Denver

BS - Accounting , Clemson University

Bachelor of Arts Degree - Political Science and Master of Public Affairs , The University of Texas at Austin

Bachelor of Science degree - Business Management , University of Great Falls

Master of Public AffairsUniversity of Texas at Austin

Affiliations

Board Member - WREN

Member - Texas Beyond History LBJ Library Catalog Title 32

Board Member - The West Eugene Wetlands Partnership

Recent News  

ETV Management Team - South Carolina ETV

Brad Livingston
Director of Financial Operations and Chief Financial Officer

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April 2015 - The 380 News

The award was presented by Texas Board of Criminal Justice Chairman Oliver Bell and TDCJ Executive Director Brad Livingston during a ceremony held in Austin.
"We're grateful for the efforts of these award recipients," said Livingston. "These...Read More

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March 2010 | Texas Prison Bid'ness

At a House Appropriations Committee meeting today, House Corrections Chairman Jim McReynolds asked TDCJ chief Brad Livingston if private prison-contracts up for renewal might increase their rates and increase costs for the state.
Livingston said that was possible, since contracts covering the 12,000 or so private beds for which TDCJ contracts are 5-7 years old. Most of these are up within the coming year and all new contracts should be negotiated by mid-2011. Livingston said that in general, for every dollar increase in per-inmate costs represented a $4.5 million cost increase to TDCJ.

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