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President Trump to Nominate John Gibson as DoD CMO

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President Donald Trump has announced plans to nominate John Gibson, current deputy chief management officer of the Defense Department, as DoD CMO.

The White House said Thursday Gibson led rocket engine and space launch systems manufacturer XCOR Aerospace as president and CEO before he was appointed to his current position.

He previously held leadership roles at Beechcraft‘s global mission support, special mission aircraft and government and defense businesses.

Gibson first joined DoD in 2006 as deputy undersecretary for management reform and helped identify methods for the department to manage defense programs.

He also managed the U.S. Air Force‘s annual budget as assistant secretary of financial management.

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