Secretary of Transportation


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Secretary of Transportation

The head of the U.S. federal government department that oversees aviation, federal highways, shipping, and railroads. He or she is appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the Senate.
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I do want to thank Rodney Slater for joining us, former Secretary of Transportation, as well as Jim Burnley.
The job of Secretary of Transportation is one of the most important in our federal government.
Trade Representative Carla Hills in 1992, Secretary of Transportation Federico Pena in 1994, Small Business Administrator Phil Lader in 1996, and Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson in 1998.
As Secretary of Transportation, Slater has responsibility for the nation's aviation system, highways, railroads, mass transit, and maritime resources.
secretary of transportation and White House chief of staff under President George Bush where he issued a comprehensive National Transportation Policy to guide transportation into the 21st century.
During his tenure in the White House as the nation's 10th secretary of transportation, he oversaw a budget of more than $30 billion and a workforce of more than 105,000 people.
Rodney Slater, United States Secretary of Transportation, will be one of the many top-level speakers to address the National Space Symposium, as announced today by conference officials.
Murdock assumed the position of acting FAA Deputy Administrator, where he managed the agency's senior executives and worked closely with Capitol Hill and the office of the Secretary of Transportation.
The MTA is a political subdivision of the state and is governed by the Maryland Secretary of Transportation and six commissioners appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state senate.
OneJet said it has announced the appointment of former United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, to its senior advisory team.
LaHood, who served as the United States Secretary of Transportation from 2009 until 2013, will advise on government policy and assist with OneJet's continued expansion into more regional travel markets throughout the US
com), the new air transportation network that provides increased access to nonstop travel in small to medium size markets, announces the appointment today of former United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, to its senior advisory team.
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