J. Douglas Koelemay was appointed Director of the Virginia Office of Public Private Partnerships (VAP3) in January 2014. He previously advised Virginia technology companies on government relations, policy development and change management; served abroad as Foreign Service Officer; and worked as a Congressional assistant. In 1993 Koelemay edited “Financing the Future: Report of the Commission to Promote Investment in America’s Infrastructure,” a charge of the 1991 federal ISTEA legislation, which sparked adoption of TIFIA, private activity bonds and other alternate financing tools. He also has served on Virginia’s Commonwealth Transportation Board and on Fairfax County’s Tysons Corner Task Force.
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