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Deputy takes reins at DOA, replaces Bell

Gov. Jan Brewer has named David Raber as interim director of the Arizona Department of Administration.

Raber, who has worked in state government since 1989, served as deputy director for operations before being tapped by Brewer to stand in for retired director Bill Bell. Bell’s last day at DOA was July 31, and Raber took over as interim director on Aug. 3.

“That process to name a final appointee to that cabinet-level post will be accomplished over the next several weeks,” said Brewer spokesman Paul Senseman. “(There is) no particular set timeline.”

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