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George Nesterczuk Opts Out of OPM Director Nomination

George Nesterczuk

George Nesterczuk, owner of management consulting company Nesterczuk and Associates, has withdrawn his nomination as director of the Office of Personnel Management, the White House said in a press release published Wednesday.

Nesterczuk wrote in a letter to President Donald Trump that he opted to withdraw “because the prospect of my favorable confirmation has grown remote,” FCW reported.

Trump nominated Nesterczuk in May to lead OPM, where the latter served in various positions during the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.

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

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