Dennis Walcott was a Chancellor-in-waiting who was always in the background of all the others during the Bloomberg Administration, and he remains a person who covers up waste and corruption - oops, I mean who cleans up waste and corruption (actually, you can pick which one). He's a "floater", always ready to jump in to a position when a political hack fizzles out.
Here is the Wikipedia write-up:
"Dennis M. Walcott (born September 7, 1951) was the Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education. He succeeded Cathie Black, who resigned in April 2011 after only three months on the job. He was succeeded as chancellor by Carmen Fariña.
Transcript: NYS Senate Hearings May 23, 2011 on 3020-a
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