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Jim Mullen to step down from FMCSA at the end of August

Jim Mullen to step down from FMCSA at the end of August
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WASHINGTON – Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Deputy Administrator Jim Mullen will be leaving the U.S. Department of Transportation at the end of August, a USDOT spokesperson confirmed.

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“We greatly appreciate Jim’s service and the work he has done for our country,” the spokesperson said in an email to The Trucker.  “Wiley Deck, currently a senior policy advisor to the Secretary and former FMCSA director of government affairs, will assume the role of deputy administrator of FMCSA.”

No further information regarding Mullen’s departure were given.

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