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									O                                                                        NEWS RELEASE
Comptroller of the Currency
Administrator of National Banks                                                                          NR 2002-13

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                            Contact: Robert Garsson
February 22, 2002                                                                (202) 874-5770

              Jacquelyn Fletcher Appointed Chief Information Officer at the OCC

WASHINGTON – The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) today announced the
appointment of Jacquelyn Fletcher as the agency’s new Chief Information Officer. In her new
position, she will supervise the agency’s information technology programs, including
telecommunications, systems development and technology security policy. Mrs. Fletcher will
oversee a staff of 153 along with 200 contractors nationwide and will serve on the OCC’s
Executive Committee.

“Mrs. Fletcher is a seasoned professional in the information technology field and we look
forward to her leadership in this very important and challenging area of the OCC’s operations,”
said Comptroller Hawke.

Mrs. Fletcher has been Associate Director and Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Mint since
1998. She was Assistant Director for the Office of Automated Information Systems at the U.S.
Mint from 1995 to 1998.

Mrs. Fletcher is a graduate of the Executive Education Program at the National Defense
University, Washington, D.C. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in
Information Management Systems.


The OCC charters, regulates and examines approximately 2,200 national banks and 52 federal branches of foreign banks
in the U.S., accounting for more than 54 percent of the nation’s banking assets. Its mission is to ensure a safe and sound
and competitive national banking system that supports the citizens, communities and economy of the United States.

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