Joshua Bolten, President Bush's pick as his new chief of staff, might be planning to push for a change at the top of the Treasury department, according to a published report Thursday. The New York Times said Bolten, who will take over for outgoing chief of staff Andrew Card next month, will try to convince the president to replace current Treasury Secretary John Snow. The report cited a Republican who had knowledge of the situation. The report said Bolten wants Snow to be replaced "with someone who can more forcefully communicate the administration's message that the economy is strong." Potential candidates for the post that Republicans have discussed include Goldman Sachs ( GS) Chairman and CEO Henry Paulson; John Mack, the chairman and chief at Morgan Stanley ( MS); and Time Warner ( TWX) Chairman and CEO Richard Parsons, the report said. Neither the Treasury nor the White House would comment on Bolten's possible plans, according to the report.