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Thomas Paul Hafer, American government official. Certified government finance manager. Recipient Hammer award for reinventing government Office of Vice President, National Performance Review, 1996.


Hafer, Thomas Paul was born on August 22, 1955 in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Howard Stanley and Dorothy Rosalyn (Kopach) Hafer.


Bachelor in History magna cum laude, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, 1977. M.Pub./International Affairs summa cum laude, University Pittsburgh, 1978.


Presidential management intern Naval Sea Systems Command, Arlington, Virginia, 1979-1981, budget analyst, 1981-1984, Office of Undersec. of Defense, Washington, 1984-1991, auditor, 1991-1995. Deputy director re-engineering travel transition office Department of Defense, 1995-1997, associate director finance commerce directorate Arlington, Virginia, 1997-1998. Deputy director Defense Integrated Travel and Relocation Solutions Office, Rosslyn, since 1998.

Instructor School of Foxhunting.


  • Certified government finance manager.


  • Other Work

    • Editor-in-chief Hayes History Journal, 1976-1977. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Chairman St. Elizabeth Seton Pastoral Advisory Council, Lake Ridge, Virginia, since 1995, member executive board, 1996-1998. Board directors, honorary secretary Bull Run Hunt, Manassas, Virginia, 1992-1994. Member Presidential Management Intern Alumni Group, American Society Military Comptrollers (historian 1994), Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association (class representative 1988).


  • Other Interests

    Fox hunting, liturgical planning, writing.


Married Janeen Marie Granakis, May 2, 1987.

Howard Stanley Hafer

Dorothy Rosalyn (Kopach) Hafer

Janeen Marie Granakis