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Deloitte nets two

Two of the federal government's leading lights have landed at Deloitte. Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) is taking a high-level consulting role there and Tim Young, former Office of Management and Budget deputy administrator, will start there in January.


Davis was a leader on procurement reform issues when he served as chairman of the Government Reform Committee. He lost some of his influence when the Democrats took majority status in 2006, and chose to retire from politics this year.


Young has been an OMB leader on e-Gov efforts, working closely with Karen Evans there to propel the initiatives forward.


Deloitte did well in landing the two.

Posted by Michael Hardy on Nov 18, 2008 at 12:12 PM


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