FEMA insights from a departing chief of staff
from The Washington Post
Jason McNamara served as FEMA's chief of staff for the past four years, helping the agency deal with disasters that included the recent twister in Oklahoma, the BP oil spill, the Joplin tornado and hurricanes Irene and Sandy. On Friday, McNamara will leave the agency to work as a consultant with Obsidian Analysis, a firm that helps decision-makers navigate the FEMA, national security and intelligence bureaucracies — ethics rules prohibit him from involvement in deals with the Department of Homeland Security.
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