President Bush nominated Edmund Hawley as the next head of the Transportation Security Administration to succeed David M. Stone, who announced last month that he will leave the department in June. Hawley currently serves as a supply chain technology consultant and is a member of FAA's Air Traffic Services Committee. Earlier, he was VP-Transportation Services for the Union Pacific Railroad and served in a senior role at US DOT.

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