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Matsuda named deputy maritime administrator

Matsuda named deputy maritime administrator

      David T. Matsuda was named deputy maritime administrator by   

President Obama and sworn into office on July 30.

      Matsuda served as acting Assistant Secretary for Transportation   

Policy from March 2009 until his appointment as deputy. Prior to that,   

he spent seven years on Capitol Hill. While working in the Senate, He   

was engaged in the formulation and debate of most major federal   

transportation legislation from 2002-2009. Most recently he served as   

senior counsel and primary transportation advisor to U.S. Sen. Frank   

R. Lautenberg, D-N.J.

      In 2002, Matsuda became a Georgetown University Government Affairs   

Institute fellow on the staff of the Senate Committee on Commerce,   

Science and Transportation. From 1998 to 2002, he worked as an   

attorney with the safety law division of the Federal Railroad   

Administration.

      Edward Wytkind, president of the Transportation Trades Department   

of the AFL-CIO, which represents 32 unions, issued a statement saying   

labor unions supported his appointment.

      'Matsuda has worked hard throughout his career to shape and   

advance responsible transportation policies. And he has always   

recognized the important role that workers play in the success of our   

vast national transportation network,” Wytkind said.

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