New Year Brings Black Leadership For Government Printing Office | Political News and Opinion from a Multicultural Point of View
GPO leader, Bill Boarman, stepped down recently right before the New Year, but not because he personally chose to move on. He was not confirmed by the U.S. Senate in enough time to save his job and continue in his role as Public Printer.
As an alternate move, Boarman appointed Davita Vance-Cooks to the role of Deputy Public Printer on December 20th. This ensures that the agency has some sort of capable leadership in place upon Boarman’s departure.