July 28, 2005
Noll has served as a deputy commissioner for DCCED since January 2003. In April 2005 Noll was appointed to serve as the governor's director of communications. Noll also served as a deputy commissioner for Economic Development and International Trade under the Hickel Administration.
"Bill brings with him institutional knowledge, understanding of the complex issues of the department, and a real love of Alaska," said Murkowski. "His appointment will ensure continuity for the programs and services provided by Commerce."
Acting Commissioner Al Clough will resume his position as deputy commissioner for the department. Clough said he is pleased with the appointment of Noll to lead the department.
"Bill is a straight shooter with an eye for progress," said Clough. "Alaskans are well served with him as commissioner of the Department of Commerce."
The appointments are effective immediately.
The Department of Commerce,
Community and Economic Development regulates and assists the
state's business sector, assists in promoting Alaska's resources
for development and assists rural and urban communities with
a variety of infrastructure needs.
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