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Congressional Budget Office Names Mark Hadley as New Deputy Director

CBOMark Hadley, Congressional Budget Office‘s general counsel, has been named the agency’s new deputy director effective June 6.

Hadley will succeed Bob Sunshine, who will move on as senior adviser in the CBO director’s office, CBO Director Keith Hall writes in a blog post published Wednesday.

“[Hadley] brings to his new position a clarity of thought, an understanding of budget concepts and issues and a deep commitment to CBO’s role as an objective and nonpartisan source of information and analysis — qualities that will serve us well in the coming years,” Hall adds.

Hadley started with CBO 15 years ago as an analyst in the budget analysis division, where he provided cost estimates and projections in the areas of deposit insurance, aviation and commerce.

He has since served as an associate analyst and deputy general counsel before his appointment as general counsel in 2008.

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