David J. “DJ” Gribbin, President Trump's top infrastructure policy adviser, is reportedly leaving the administration to move on to new opportunities, according to TheHill.com.
“Since he joined the team early last year, DJ has played an important part in coordinating the Administration-wide process behind the President’s infrastructure initiative,” national economic adviser Gary Cohn, who is also leaving the administration, said in a statement Tuesday.
Gribbin joined the administration as a special assistant to the president for infrastructure policy and was the key point person for the $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan unveiled last February. Gribbin worked for two infrastructure firms prior to working at the White House in February 2017 and was general counsel at the U.S. Department of Transportation during President George W. Bush’s administration. He has been an advocate for P3s.
No date has been announced for Gribbin's departure and no replacement has been named.