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Hires At Covington, GPG and BNSF Railways, Departure at PCI

July 16, 2012
--Covington has hired Steven Shaw to serve as the senior of counsel for the firm's Washington office. Shaw has been with the U.S. Air Force for 15 years, where he served in the executive service and as a deputy general counsel.

Shaw's hiring is part of Covington's expansion of its government contracts office; the firm has brought on a former Northrop Grumman defense contractor and a new co-chair for the office.

--Gael Sullivan is joining BNSF Railways as the general director for federal government affairs. Sullivan has been with the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee since 2001, which included working as a senior staffer on the Aviation Operations, Safety and Security Subcommittee

--Elie Jacobs has joined Glover Park Group as a vice president in the firm's New York City office from Sloane & Company, where he was also a VP. Previously, Jacobs worked for Public Strategies, Brunswick Group and the Office of Bill Clinton. His first day at GPG is  today. 

--Benjamin McKay is leaving Property Casualty Insurers Association of America after eight years to take the helm at Surplus Lines Association of California. McKay served as the senior vice president of PCI's federal government relations shop.

--Former Ambassador to the United States from Pakistan Husain Haqqani is now serving as a senior adviser to Cassidy & Associates
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