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Bitterman Out as ULA’s Top Lobbyist

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Veteran space lobbyist Mark Bitterman left United Launch Alliance Jan. 14 after more than three years as vice president of government affairs for the Denver-based launch company. Bitterman informed colleagues of his departure in an email, a copy of which was obtained by SpaceNews.

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