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Joseph M. Clapp, administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, is leaving the Department of Transportation next month. President Bush appointed Clapp the first administrator of the FMCSA on Oct. 4, 2001. Clapp is retiring--apparently for good this time.
"Joe Clapp has been an outstanding member of our team at DOT," Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta said in a statement. "As the leader of the FMCSA, he brought considerable private-sector experience to bear on a number of key issues facing the industry at a critical time in our nation's history, and I am deeply grateful for his contributions."
Clapp's retirement was not unexpected. He …