When CEOs step down, Andrew Brunhart steps in, leading practical change to transform organizational performance. Currently, Andrew Brunhart is leading the start-up of new functions for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing focusing on strategic change, portfolio and project management, order management and delivery systems, and quality assurance. Previously, Andrew Brunhart was Chief Operating Officer of the United States Mint charged with leading a turnaround to become a learning, accountable, results-oriented organization. Prior to this service, he was Chief Executive Officer of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) in Laurel, Maryland, the nation’s eighth largest combined water and wastewater utility serving 2M citizens of two counties. In that capacity, Andrew Brunhart led utility-wide turnaround efforts and guided revitalization of Engineering and Capital Programs ($1.5B) proactively addressing WSSC’s aging infrastructure via 1,500 employees. During his tenure, WSSC received recognition as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Maryland for three consecutive years.