2017 Fed 100

Federal 100: David Eagles

Name: David Eagles
Title: Director, Center for Presidential Transition
Agency/Company: Partnership for Public Service

Mr. Transition. There was a time when planning a presidential transition before the election was considered presumptuous; now it’s demanded as prudent and patriotic. Eagles, who has worked directly with both outgoing and incoming administrations, played an important role in that perception shift. Under his leadership, the Center for Presidential Transition began meeting with senior campaign staffers from both major parties last April to stress the importance of early planning. Amid a highly combative campaign, Eagles built a bipartisan initiative, and both teams began formal preparations earlier and with more personnel than ever before.

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