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Public Sector Vet George Nesterczuk to Be Nominated OPM Director

George Nesterczuk

George Nesterczuk, owner of Nesterczuk and Associates and a three-decade government veteran, will be nominated to lead the Office of Personnel Management.

Nesterczuk has more than 30 years of organizational management and policy development consulting experience, the White House said Tuesday.

He served as a senior adviser to the OPM director from 2004 to 2006 and led the agency’s efforts to help establish the Defense Department‘s National Security Personnel System.

He also previously managed the equal employment opportunity programs, governmentwide training activities, labor management relations and the Senior Executive Service during his career with OPM.

Nesterczuk served as staff director for the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee’s civil service subcommittee and technology adviser to the secretary of the Transportation Department.

His industry career includes time as vice president of Global USA, senior scientist at EG&G and executive VP and chief scientist of Atlantic Science.

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