Deputy duty

News The AASHTO Journal February 22, 2001
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President George W. Bush has announced he will nominate Lockheed Martin Vice President Michael Jackson as the new deputy secretary of transportation.

Prior to his work at Lockheed Martin IMS, Transportation Systems and Services, Jackson was senior vice president and counselor to the president with the American Trucking Association.

He also has served in various positions within the Executive Branch, including chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Transportation from 1992 to '93. Jackson served as a special assistant to the President and executive secretary for cabinet liaison under President George H.W. Bush.

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