WisDOT Secretary Dave Ross names Bob Seitz as department’s Deputy Secretary
He founded Arrowhead Strategies, LLC, providing lobbying, grassroots and crisis management services to state and national clients.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Secretary Dave Ross has announced the appointment of Bob Seitz as WisDOT’s Deputy Secretary. Previously, Seitz served as executive assistant at the Wisconsin Public Service Commission (PSC), as the PSC’s chief operating officer and advisor to the PSC chair.
Seitz holds degrees in Human Resource Management and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and has worked in several roles in Wisconsin government including policy advisor to former Governor Tommy Thompson, chief of staff in the Senate and senior advisor to the Senate majority. In 2004, he founded Arrowhead Strategies, LLC, providing lobbying, grassroots and crisis management services to state and national clients. He served 15 years as a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician.
Seitz takes over for former WisDOT Deputy Secretary Paul Hammer who remains with the department as head of WisDOT’s Office of Policy, Finance and Improvement.
Press Releases by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Statement from Wisconsin DOT Secretary Dave Ross on cancellation of I-39/90/94 Madison to Portage study and I-90/94 Portage to Wisconsin Dells studyMar 3rd, 2017 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
We did not make this decision hastily nor take it lightly.
Governor Walker approves improvements totaling over $4.4 million for General Mitchell International AirportFeb 28th, 2017 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
A combination of state, Milwaukee County and Federal Aviation Administration funds will be used for these projects.
News release: Governor approves over $1.9 million for improvement projects at Lawrence J. Timmerman AirportFeb 28th, 2017 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
One project will reconstruct the primary runway.
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