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Amy Kunz

The DOE's chief financial officer says old technology is hindering department efforts to operate efficiently

By Mark Coleman

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 28, 2012

~~<p>Amy Kunz is assistant superintendent and chief financial officer of the Hawaii Department of Education, which means her responsibilities each day are considerable.</p>
<p>The department, which she joined a little more than a year ago, manages about 250 schools attended by more than 180,000 students. Its annual operating budget is about $1.76 billion, or about a third of the state's general fund budget; its payroll covers about 22,000 employees, about a quarter of all state government employees.</p>
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Amy Kunz is assistant superintendent and chief financial officer of the Hawaii Department of Education, which means her responsibilities each day are considerable.

The department, which she joined a little more than a year ago, manages about 250 schools attended by more than 180,000 students. Its annual operating budget is about $1.76 billion, or about a third of the state's general fund budget; its payroll covers about 22,000 employees, about a quarter of all state government employees. Login for more...



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