President Trump has picked Air Force veteran Daniel Sitterly to be the next assistant secretary for human resources and administration at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Sitterly currently serves as principal deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Air Force for manpower and reserve affairs, the White House said Tuesday. He manages manpower, military and civilian personnel, reserve component affairs and readiness support for the service. Sitterly works directly with the deputy assistant secretaries for management integration, strategic diversity integration and reserve affairs, as well as the deputy for the Air Force Review Boards Agency.
Sitterly also held other senior roles at the Air Force including as deputy director of Air Force Staff, as head of legislative liaison and as head of force development.
Trump also announced the nomination of officials to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency and Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the White House Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations and the Council of the Administrative Conference.