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Andrew Maloney nominated as Treasury Department Assistant Secretary, Legislative Affairs

March 16, 2017: Andrew K. Maloney was nominated as an Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury by President Trump on Tuesday, March 4, 2017. Malone, of Virginia, has worked in the government affairs field for more than twenty-five years. He previously worked as the vice president for global government and external affairs at the Hess Corporation. Maloney also worked as the chief executive officer of Ogilvy Government Relations, a government affairs company. Maloney has also worked as a senior adviser for several presidential campaigns, and he has consulted on presidential legislative transition programs. Maloney received his law degree from Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law.

Attribution: White House

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