Washington – United States Mint Director Henrietta Holsman Fore today announced that David A. Lebryk will join the United States Mint as Deputy Director. He will begin to assume his responsibilities at the Mint beginning September 30.
“The United States Mint will greatly benefit from Dave’s long and distinguished career with the Department of Treasury,” said Director Fore. “Having most recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fiscal Operations he brings a wealth of management expertise and experience that we will come to rely on.”
As Deputy Assistant for Fiscal Operations, Mr. Lebryk oversaw the development and implementation of policies and programs relating to cash management, investment and administration of trust funds, payments and collections. He also advised the Fiscal Assistant Secretary and the Under Secretary for Domestic Finance at the Department of Treasury.
From 1995 to 1996, he was responsible for the public education campaign to introduce the newly designed Series 1996 currency. In 1997, Mr. Lebryk served as Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Resources.
Mr. Lebryk joined the Treasury Department in 1989 as a Presidential Management Intern in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy Management and Counselor to the Secretary. He holds an A.B. in Economics from Harvard College and a Masters of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Created by Congress in 1792, the U.S. Mint is the world’s largest manufacturer of coins, medals and coin-based consumer products. In 2001, the Mint produced nearly 24 billion coins, fulfilling its primary mission to produce an adequate supply of circulating coinage for the nation’s commerce. In its 210-year history, the Mint has grown to a Fortune 500-sized manufacturing and international marketing enterprise, which in Fiscal Year 2001 generated more than $2.4 billion in annual revenue, and currently has 2,400 employees.
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