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William Bryan to be Nominated Full-Time DHS S&T Undersecretary

William Bryan

President Donald Trump plans to nominate William Bryan, acting undersecretary for science and technology at the Department of Homeland Security since May 2017, to lead the S&T directorate on a full-time basis.

In his current role, Bryan oversees leads research, development, innovation, testing and evaluation efforts of department components and first responders in the U.S., the White House said Thursday.

He previously led ValueBridge International’s Reston, Va-based energy group as president and held various leadership positions at the departments of Energy and Defense.

Bryan also served at the U.S. Army for 17 years and at the Virginia National Guard for three years.

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