Czar

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A Czar is a high ranking Executive Branch official for the President of the United States. They serve in appointed positions, without having to answer to the Judicial or Legislative branches of government, and oversee budgets totaling more than $1.7 trillion.

There are currently 44 czars in the Obama administration. 1 White House-Deemed Czars (7 Confirmed) 1. Border Czar — Alan Bersin 2. Energy czar — Carol Browner $172,200 3. Urban Czar — Adolfo Carrion, Jr. $158,500 4. InfoTech/Information Czar — Vivek Kundra 5. Faith-Based Czar — Joshua DuBois $98,000 6. Health Reform Czar — Nancy-Ann DeParle $158,000 7. Stimulus Accountability Czar — Earl Devaney 8. Regulatory Czar — Cass Sunstein $172,200 9. Drug czar — Gil Kerlikowske (C) 10. Guantanamo Closure Czar — Daniel Fried 11. Salary/Pay/Compensation Czar — Kenneth Feinberg 12. Non-Proliferation/WMD Czar — Gary Samore 13. Terrorism Czar — John Brennan $172,200 14. New TARP Czar — Herb Allison (C) 15. Cyber Security Czar — OPEN 16. Technology Czar – Aneesh Chopra (C) 17. Car Czar — Ed Montgomery (Steve Rattner ?) 18. Economic Czar — Paul Volcker 19. Great Lakes Czar – Cameron Davis 20. Intelligence Czar – Dennis Blair (C) 21. Weather/Science Czar — John Holdren (C) 22. Green Jobs Czar — Van Jones 23. AIDS Czar —Jeffery Crowley $102,000 24. California Water Czar - David Hayes (C) 25. Domestic Violence Czar – Lynn Rosenthal 26. TARP Oversight Czar – Elizabeth Warren 27. Weapons Czar – Ashton Carter (C) dod 28. Copyright Czar - OPEN (C) – Senate Confirmed Czars Special Envoy Czars: 29. Mideast Peace Czar � George Mitchell 30. Af-Pak� Richard Holbrooke $259,700/ office 31. Sudan Czar � J. Scott Gration 32. Southwest Asia Czar � Dennis Ross 33. Climate special� Todd Stern 34. Eurasian Energy� Richard Morningstar $420,750/ office 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44.

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