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Greg Nadeau Nominated to FHWA Administrator Post

Greg Nadeau
Greg Nadeau

President Barack Obama has announced his plan to appoint Greg Nadeau, deputy administrator of the Federal Highway Administration at the Transportation Department, as full-time FHWA administrator.

Nadeau held the post on an interim basis between July 2014 and February 2015, according to the White House’s notice posted Friday.

Prior to joining DOT in 2009, Nadeau worked as director of policy and communications and deputy commissioner for policy, planning and communications at the Maine Department of Transportation for seven years.

He previously served as senior policy adviser to then-Maine governor Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, and held the same post in the Office of the Senate President of Maine for a year.

Nadeau is a former member of the Maine House of Representatives and past president of Public Policy Associates.

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