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Reed Brimhall resigns from Stanford to accept new position
STANFORD -- Reed Brimhall, director of government cost and rate studies, has resigned to take a position as corporate controller and director of finance with a company in Idaho.
Brimhall will return to the area where he and his wife were raised and where their families reside. His last day at Stanford will be Aug. 4. Sara Bible will become acting director as of Aug. 5. A search for Brimhall's replacement will take place immediately.
Brimhall joined Stanford in April 1991 as director of internal audit at a time when the university was coming under fire from federal officials over Stanford's indirect cost policies. Six months after his appointment, he launched the new position of director of government cost and rate studies and has since served in that capacity.
As director of government cost and rate studies, Brimhall has managed the university's overall, ongoing relationship with the government, including indirect cost rate negotiations.
"Reed has served Stanford very well, during a time of difficulty and great change, for the four years he has been here," said Charles Kruger, vice provost and dean of research.
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