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policy advisor

(Commerce) commerce politics a person who provides ideas or plans that are used by an organization or government as a basis for making decisions
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Nakeia Daniels will serve as the Governor's Veterans Policy Advisor and will continue her role as Affirmative Action Manager in the Governor's Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion/Affirmative Action.
Summary: Kathmandu [Nepal], July 10 (ANI):The Government of Nepal has appointed Dinesh Bhattarai as Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's foreign policy advisor.
Senior Vice President Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FCCI) Syed Zia Alamdar Hussain and Mohammad Owais Khan Regional Trade and Policy Advisor USAID also spoke on the occasion.
Global Banking News-March 1, 2016--African Development Bank names senior policy advisor
Corsepius, aged 50, was European policy advisor to German Chancellor Angela Merkel from 2006 to February 2011 and since then has been economic and financial policy advisor to the chancellor and G8 sherpa.
has named the following individuals to the committee's minority staff: Staff Director Michael Seyfert, Deputy Staff Director Joel Leftwich, Chief Counsel: Anne Hazlett, Communications Director Sarah Little and Senior Agriculture Policy Advisor Ryan Flickner.
Paul Schissler, executive director of Kulshan Community Land Trust, is moving into the new role of policy advisor this month and Dean Fearing will take over Schissler's position.
Internationally renowned public health administrator and health policy advisor to four U.
Not only can scholars exploit this archival data to compose descriptive narratives but they can also mine quantifiable data from the archives by tracking the ratio between speechwriter inputs and policy advisor inputs over iterations and the final drafts.
One might nitpick--Joseph Califano was LBJ's chief domestic policy advisor not secretary of H.
Claude Allen, White House domestic policy advisor, told The Washington Times in January that Bush asked Jones if he would accept less than an executive order, and Jones said yes.

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