The White House is establishing a talent search project to prepare for potential vacancies across Cabinet and senior administration roles following the midterm elections this fall, a White House official tells CNN.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain brought forward the talent search idea, which will be overseen by two Biden White House alums, Jeff Zients and Natalie Quillian. The pair served in similar roles during the 2020 presidential transition.
Zients and Quillian – who both served in Covid-19 response roles at the White House earlier in Biden’s presidential term – will specifically be conducting a wide and diverse search for prospective candidates outside
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