More Moves at DOE

As part of its Environmental Management (EM) Program review, the Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the second phase of executive management reassignments.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – May 29, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] The reassignments are consistent with recommendations from the Top-to-Bottom Review and are designed to strengthen, streamline, and delayer the leadership of the program. A total of 27 senior executives were involved in the first phase of this plan, five executives are involved in this phase. “Strengthening the leadership will be an ongoing process and I will use developmental opportunities and assignments to ensure we develop executive leadership in EM to deliver more real risk reduction and cleanup. All EM executives will have both field and headquarters expertise,” Assistant Secretary of Environmental Management Jessie Roberson said. The reassignments announced today include: – Greg Rudy, Manager of the Savannah River Operations Office, will move to the National Nuclear Security Administration in Washington, D.C., pending approval of the Executive Resources Board. – Charles Hansen, Deputy Manager of the Savannah River Operations Office, will become the Acting Manager of the Savannah River Operations Office. – Barbara Mazurowski, Manager of the Rocky Flats Field Office, will become the Associate Deputy Assistant Secretary at EM Headquarters in Washington, D.C. – Eugene Schmitt, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Policy, Planning, and Budget at EM Headquarters in Washington, D.C., will become the Manager of the Rocky Flats Field Office. – Roger Butler, Former Director of the Budget Division at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington D.C., will become the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Policy, Planning, and Budget at EM Headquarters in Washington, D.C., pending approval from the Office of Personnel Management.
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