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Home Portfolio Administration & HR Comms dept secretary Drew Clarke the new PMO chief of staff
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Malcolm Turnbull is bringing his top public servant in the Communications portfolio with him to his new office digs.
Department of Communications secretary Drew Clarke PSM has been tapped on the shoulder to become chief of staff in the Prime Minister’s Office.
Tony Nutt, who was John Howard’s private secretary, will lead the transition.
Clarke began his public sector career as a surveyor working in Australia and Antarctica. Before being appointed to run the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy in the Gillard government, he ran the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, and before that headed its the Energy and Environment Division, was executive general manager of AusIndustry.
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