The White House has finally announced its nomination of Michael Huerta to be FAA’s new deputy administrator. Huerta has been in the vetting process since early October (DAILY, Oct. 7). He is currently chairman of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, has his own transportation consulting firm, and was on President Obama’s transition team for Transportation Dept. issues. Previous roles at DOT include chief of staff to Secretary Rodney Slater, and associate deputy secretary under ...

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