Andrew Moylan has come back on board “Team Taxpayer,” to serve as Executive Vice President of National Taxpayers Union Foundation (NTUF) as well as the Director of the newly-created Interstate Commerce Initiative. Andrew will be using his years of experience to find unique and exciting ways to augment the mission of NTUF which is to highlight the hidden costs of government. He comes to NTUF from his previous service as Executive Director of the R Street Institute, where he led policy research, communications, and outreach efforts for a growing free market think tank. Prior to R Street, Andrew spent seven years heading up government affairs for NTU.
NTU and NTUF President Pete Sepp said, “Today we begin writing a new chapter in our organizations' history by welcoming a familiar friend back to our ranks. We are so fortunate to have the benefit of Andrew Moylan’s insight, energy, and talent at work on some of our most important initiatives, from the Interstate Commerce Initiative to the Taxpayers' Budget Office. Keep your eyes open, Washington!” Sepp noted that Brandon Arnold will continue to ably serve as National Taxpayers Union’s (NTU’s) Executive Vice President.
In his role, Andrew will help build NTUF’s Taxpayers’ Budget Office project, which launched earlier this year and is designed to provide scholarly analysis as well as constructive criticism of the federal budgetary process and its institutions. Andrew will also be spearheading NTU’s new Interstate Commerce Initiative, which will explore the policy implications of state governments reaching outside their borders in ways that impede the free flow of goods and information.
Moylan said, "I am thrilled to be returning to an organization that was my professional home for seven great years. NTUF has a rich history and I look forward to adding to its legacy by building up the innovative Taxpayers' Budget Office and by launching our new Interstate Commerce Initiative. NTUF can fill a vital role in the fiscal policy process and I’m confident our impact will only grow as we move ahead.”