Charles E. Johnson
Charles Edwin Johnson, of Utah, was appointed April 21, 2005, in a recess appointment by President George W. Bush to be Assistant Secretary of Budget, Technology and Finance in the Department of Health and Human Services. His nomination was sent to the Senate April 25, 2005, and he was confirmed July 22, 2005. 
"Charles Johnson, 69, worked in the private sector for 30 years before joining" Michael Leavitt's "team in 1993." Johnson served with Leavitt at the Environmental Protection Agency as chief financial officer, Ceci Connolly wrote in the July 1, 2005, Washington Post.
"A certified public accountant who has served on numerous public and private boards, Johnson ran Leavitt's 2000 reelection campaign. After retiring from the KPMG accounting firm in 1991, he did stints as the head of the governor's Office of Planning and Budget in Utah and then as Leavitt's chief of staff.
"Johnson is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He and his wife have six grown children."
- Ceci Connelly, "Core of Leavitt's Team Dates To His Days as Utah Governor," Washington Post, July 1, 2005.