ONDCP Ad Director to Step Down

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WASHINGTON, D.C. Alan Levitt, director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy’s $150 million anti-drug media campaign, is stepping down, Levitt confirmed.

“I am looking at retirement after the first of the year,” Levitt said, declining to elaborate further.

Levitt will remain in his post at least through October, sources said.

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