The incoming Trump administration will include 3800 political appointees who will implement presidential policies at each regulatory agency, including the MSHA. They will be selected over the next 18 months. The NSSGA is working hard to inform the transition team about viable candidates for key administration positions who understand the aggregates industry and the country’s reliance on stone, sand and gravel.
“This work started well before today as we worked with the Clinton and Trump campaigns to educate them on our industry. We continue to advocate for active members who can best advance presidential policies with a deep understanding of aggregates operations to assume vital Executive Branch positions,” said Joseph Casper, NSSGA vice president of safety. NSSGA welcomes ideas from members on suitable candidates to present to the administration’s transition team.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/22112016/nssga-pushes-for-suitable-candidates/
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