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The White House announced that Jim Carroll will be appointed to lead the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). The goal of the office is to fight the opioid crisis, reduce illegal drug use, and reform U.S. drug policy. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House press secretary, announced the nomination at the end of last week. The appointment is timely as the White House is slated to release its drug reform policy and budget this week.
Jim Carroll presently serves as a deputy to the White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly. Prior to this, Jim Carroll served in the White House counsel’s office where he oversaw security clearance procedures and the Office of Management and Budget. In the private sector, Jim Carroll worked for the Ford Motor Company as an attorney. Regarding the nomination, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said, “We have full confidence in Jim to lead ONDCP to make significant strides in combating the opioid crisis, reducing drug use, and coordinating U.S. drug policy. Fighting the opioid crisis and drug addiction is a priority for this administration.”