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David Mader, 32-Year IRS Veteran, Nominated for OMB Controller Post

David MaderThe White House will nominate David Mader, the senior vice president for strategy and organization at Booz Allen Hamilton, as controller at the Office of Management and Budget, Federal News Radio reported Friday.

The 32-year Internal Revenue Service veteran would succeed Danny Werfel, who left OMB last year to become IRS acting commissioner, Jason Miller reports.

The potential appointment would bring Mader back to public service after he retired in 2003.

Mader held several leadership positions while working at IRS such as acting deputy commissioner, acting deputy commissioner for modernization and assistant deputy commissioner.

He has also worked with federal agencies during his tenure at Booz Allen including the Treasury DepartmentOffice of Personnel Management, General Services Administration and Government Accountability Office.

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