Lord Gus O'Donnell
Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Home Civil Service (2005-2011)
1973, BA in Economics, Univ. of Warwick; 1975, MPhil, Nuffield College, Oxford. 1975-79, Lecturer, Department of Political Economy, Univ. of Glasgow; 1979-85, Economist, H M Treasury; 1985-88, First Secretary, British Embassy, Washington DC; 1988-89, Senior Economic Adviser, H M Treasury; 1989-90, Press Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer; 1990-94, Press Secretary to the Prime Minister; 1994-97, Deputy Director, H M Treasury and UK Representative, EU Monetary Committee; 1997-98, Executive Director for the UK, International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; 1998-99, Director, H M Treasury, Macroeconomic Policy Prospects; 1999, Managing Director, H M Treasury, Macroeconomic Policy and International Finance. Treasury Representative, Monetary Policy Committee. Chancellor, Exchequer's G7 Deputy. UK Member, EU Economic and Financial Committee.