News Release: Reclamation Announces Selection of Jason Phillips as Deputy Regional Director for the Mid-Pacific Region
From the Bureau of Reclamation:
“The Bureau of Reclamation’s Mid-Pacific Region announced today [Oct. 30] that Jason Phillips has been selected as the Deputy Regional Director. … When Phillips assumes his new responsibilities in mid-December, he will join the Regional Director’s Office as one of two deputies; Pablo Arroyave has served as the Deputy Regional Director since 2009. Both deputies will assist the Regional Director in managing the Mid-Pacific Region, which is headquartered in Sacramento and responsible for 11 key water projects throughout the northern two-thirds of California, most of western Nevada and part of southern Oregon. The Region includes California’s Central Valley Project, one of the largest and best-known multi-purpose water projects in the nation.
Phillips has been the Area Manager for Reclamation’s Klamath Basin Area Office, based in Klamath Falls, Ore., since January 2011 … Prior to becoming the Klamath Basin Area Manager, Phillips managed several complex programs in the Mid-Pacific Region including the San Joaquin River Restoration Program, Upper San Joaquin River Basin Storage Investigation and the San Luis Drainage Feature Re-evaluation.”