Tag Archives: mckinsey & co.

Jen Stewart to Serve as Chief of Staff to Defense Secretary Mark Esper

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Jen Stewart, minority staff director at the House Armed Services Committee, has been appointed as Defense Secretary Mark Esper's next chief of staff, Politico reported Monday. She will succeed Eric Chewning, who will leave his post at the Pentagon by the end of January to take a career opportunity in the private sector.

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Jon Spaner, Public Sector Practice for McKinsey & Company, Receives Executive Mosaic’s Chairman’s Award for Second Consecutive Year

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Jim Garrettson, chief executive officer of Executive Mosaic, presented Jon Spaner, Public Sector Practice for McKinsey & Company, with the Chairman’s Award for completing his second year as chairman of the DHS Group for Executive Mosaic’s 4×24 program.

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Senate Committee Endorses Beth Cobert as Full-Time OPM Head

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Beth Cobert, acting director at the Office of Personnel Management, has received the full support of a Senate committee to lead the agency on a full-time basis, The Hill newspaper reported Wednesday. Cory Bennett writes the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee voted Wednesday to advance Cobert’s nomination as permanent OPM director to a final …

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Obama to Nominate Beth Cobert as Full-Time OPM Director

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The White House has announced plans to appoint Beth Cobert, acting director at the Office of Personnel Management since July 2015, to the OPM leadership role on a full-time basis. “Beth has effectively pursued strategies to strengthen cybersecurity and improve the way the government serves citizens, businesses, and the federal workforce …

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Beth Cobert Confirmed as OMB Deputy Director

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Beth Cobert was confirmed as the next deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget by the Senate Wednesday night in a voice vote, Federal News Radio reports. Jason Miller writes the 29-year McKinsey and Co. veteran succeeds Jeffrey Zients, who resigned from the post in May and now serves as …

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