MarAd Elects New Shipbuilding Administrator

Thursday, August 31, 2000
The U.S. Maritime Administration (MarAd) named Jean McKeever as associate administrator for Shipbuilding - responsible for overseeing the Administration's naval architecture, marine engineering and productivity costs. The position, which was created in 1999, melds MarAd's main shipbuilding-related functions under one manager.

McKeever has served 25 years in various financial and analytical positions, most recently as the deputy director of the agency's Office of Ship Financing. She commenced her career in MarAd's Office of Subsidy Contracts and later served as branch chief of two financial divisions - Subsidy and Capital Assets Management.

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