Source: Oak Ridge Today | John Huotari | October 4, 2016

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Sue Cange, manager of OREM, is pictured above at the end of demolition of the K-27 Building on Aug. 30, 2016. (Credit: John Huotari/Oak Ridge Today)

Sue Cange will be moving at least temporarily to Washington, D.C., to become interim principal deputy assistant secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management. She will be temporarily serving in the role formerly filled by Mark Whitney, who has taken a job in the private sector.

Whitney is a former manager of the Environmental Management program in Oak Ridge. He has been appointed chief operating officer of AECOM’s nuclear and environment strategic business unit. He worked for DOE for 11 years and served in both the Environmental Management office and the National Nuclear Security Administration, AECOM said in a press release.

Cange is expected to move in the next few weeks, sometime in October, said Ben Williams, DOE spokesperson for the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management.

While Cange is in Washington, she will not serve as manager of the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management, Williams said.

While she is away, Jay Mullis, deputy manager of the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management, will serve as acting manager of Environmental Management in Oak Ridge, Williams said.

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