Head of N.J. Motor Vehicles leaves for job in Biden administration, Murphy says

The head of New Jersey’s Motor Auto Commission will soon head to Washington D.C. to be part of President Joe Biden’s administration, Gov. Phil Murphy declared Friday.

Sue Fulton, who was nominated to her posture in 2018, will get the job done as an assistant secretary for the U.S. Office of Veterans Affairs. She started her new career Friday, Murphy reported.

“Sue has been a primary voice and an priceless asset to my administration and to the state of New Jersey for the duration of her time at NJ MVC,” the governor said in a statement.

“Under Sue’s fully commited management, the MVC has advanced into an company that is far more economical, far better arranged, and entirely geared up to respond to the demands of motorists across the point out,” Murphy extra. “While she will be skipped, I search forward to observing her continued management and long run accomplishments as she serves the Biden-Harris Administration in her new job.”

Latrecia “Trish” Littles-Floyd will provide as performing main administer for the MVC, he claimed.

“It has been an remarkable honor to provide the people of New Jersey and Governor Murphy these past four years,” Fulton stated in a statement. “Trish has been section of that transformation and I’m delighted to see her convey her management, practical experience, and commitment to the Chief Administrator publish.”

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