It is not often a member of the federal government’s Senior Executive Service makes the news for changing jobs. But when that person is Andy Brunhart, it has the numismatic media noticing. CoinWorld is reporting in its January 31, 2011 edition that Brunhart left the U.S. Mint four days after Ed Moy’s last day.

Brunhart is now working for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and will oversee quality and strategic integrated production issues. His arrival at the BEP comes after the mainstream media picked up on the production problems plaguing the printing of the new $100 federal reserve note.

CoinWorld reports that the Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios will carry out the duties of the Director until a new director is appointed by President Obama.

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