Sangillo, Gregg; Jerome, Sara
February 2010
National Journal;2/13/2010, p8
The article presents an update on several executives related to federal agencies in the U.S. as of February 2010 including the launch of the federal-affairs firm Crossroads Strategies by Stewart Hall and John Green, appointment of Tammy Cota as chief of the Internet Alliance, designation of Kara Marchione as an education policy adviser at the House Education and Labor Committee.


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