Brady issues statement on CRS Director Mulhollan's announced retirement
Washington, DC (January 19, 2011): House Administration Committee Ranking Member Robert A. Brady issued the following statement today:
“I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations to DanMulhollan, Director of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) on his announced retirement.
Mr. Mulhollan has been a fixture here on Capitol Hill, having joined the Library of Congress in 1969. His 42 years of service are only exceeded by three current House Members.”
“As the Director of the Congressional Research Service, Dan has been essential in supporting the policymaking and legislative activity of the House. His longstanding service has included assignments as acting Deputy Librarian of Congress, service on the Library’s Management and Planning Committee, and his first position as an Analyst in the Government and General Research Division. Dan has served as an invaluable resource on lobbying disclosure, congressional reform and standards of official conduct. He has received numerous awards throughout his career and his integrity, unparalleled focus on excellence and unwavering commitment to this House have earned him the respect of entire generations of Congressional Members.”
“I hope that my colleagues will join me in applauding his exceptional service to this legislative body and in wishing him well in what is a most deserved retirement.”