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Andrew Mayock Nominated OMB Deputy Director for Management

Andrew Mayock
Andrew Mayock

Andrew Mayock, a senior adviser to the Office of Management and Budget director, has received a nomination from President Barack Obama to the position of deputy director for management at OMB, the White House said Thursday.

Mayock has held his current position since November and has previously served as associate director for general government programs at OMB.

He was also deputy vice president for compact implementation at Millennium Challenge Corp., executive secretary of the Treasury Department and senior adviser to the White House’s director of public liaison.

Mayock has also worked in academia and the private sector as a senior associate for development and international diplomacy at Booz Allen Hamilton and an international trade consultant at Harvard University’s Center for Business and Government.

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