Public Papers - 1991
Appointment of James W. Dyer as Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs for the Senate
The President today announced his intention to appoint James W. Dyer as Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs for the Senate at the White House.
Mr. Dyer has served in various government positions dealing with legislation. Most recently, he served as director of Washington relations for the Philip Morris Companies, Inc. He served in the Reagan administration as Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs, May 1987 to January 1989. Previously he served as acting Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs. He has served as the Legislative Director then Administration Assistant to Representative Joseph M. McDade (R. PA), February 1975 to February 1981.
Mr. Dyer graduated from the University of Scranton, receiving a bachelor of arts degree in 1966, and continued his graduate studies at George Washington University in legislative affairs. Mr. Dyer is married to Margia L. Carter and resides in Annandale, VA.