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John Conger to be Nominated DoD Deputy Comptroller

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PentagonPresident Barack Obama is set to nominate John Conger, assistant deputy defense undersecretary for installations and environment, to the deputy comptroller role at the Defense Department.

Conger has held his current position since 2009 and concurrently serves as the assistant defense secretary for energy, installations and environment, the White House said Tuesday.

He oversees DoD’s real property management, operational energy planning and base consolidation efforts.

Prior to joining the agency, he worked as a legislative director for Rep. Chet Edwards’ office from 2001 to 2009 and as a staff member in the House Appropriations Committee’s military construction and veterans affairs subcommittee and the House International Relations Committee.

He also became a legislative assistant of Reps. Sam Gejdenson and Jane Harman.

Conger also worked in analyst roles at Adroit Systems for four years after service as a research assistant at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s space power and propulsion laboratory from 1991 to 1993.

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