What’s next for the office of Rudy Giuliani?
After years of work on building an office of “Agile” project management in the White House, Rudy Giuliani will be moving on to a different job.
He announced Wednesday that he’s stepping down from his position as deputy mayor of New York City.
“My time in the Mayor’s Office is now over.
I have been offered a new job, but I am choosing to stay at City Hall,” he wrote on his blog.
He also tweeted that he was moving to Los Angeles to work on a new venture called “Rudy’s Office.”
Giuliani, who has served as mayor of the city of New Jersey since 2010, also announced that he is leaving the city for a job as the executive vice president and chief of staff at Google.
“This is a great day for the City of New Brunswick, New Jersey, and for the millions of people who rely on our public schools,” he said in a statement.
The New Jersey native and New York native also announced a move to the city where he spent most of his childhood.
“I love New Brunswick and the people and their businesses,” he told the New Brunswick Record.
“New Brunswick is one of the most exciting places in the country.
I want to work in the City that gives me the greatest chance to build the future of the City and the state of New England.”