GPO gets new deputy chief of staff

Public Printer Robert Tapella has named Matt Reddell deputy chief of staff at the Government Printing Office. 


Reddell will assist the chief of staff in the operational management of the agency. He joined GPO in 2006, assisting the deputy public printer in managing the day-to-day activities of GPO’s business units.  


Reddell is an officer in the Tennessee National Guard and recently returned from a tour of duty during which he trained future soldiers to fight the war on terrorism. He joined the military after the Iraqi invasion of in 1990. 


Reddell also spent several years on Capitol Hill working in the office of a California congressman and as special assistant to the inspector general for the House. 

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