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The Rear Admiral C. Conrad Chair of Financial Management was established in 1986 to foster a robust relationship between the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) (OASN (FM&C)) and the financial management program at the Naval Postgraduate School. The objective is to enhance professional development opportunities for faculty and students, and conduct and direct research supportive of the OASN (FM&C) in areas of resource management. The Conrad Chair is charged with enhancing the academic and practical capabilities of graduates to assume critical financial management positions in the Department of the Navy.
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