Appointment • 23 January, 2020

A member of the Presidential reserve was appointed deputy chairman of the committee

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Ardak Utepov, a member of the Presidential reserve was appointed deputy chairman of the civil aviation committee, press service of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development reports.

Utepov Ardak Tultayevich was born in 1984 in Tselinograd (Nur-Sultan). Graduated from The Institute of management (Astana), the Academy of civil aviation (Almaty), the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan (NGSPA)  and the University of California (San Diego, USA).

He started his career in 2007 as a leading specialist in the aviation security department of the civil aviation Committee.

Then, from 2010 to 2011, he held the position of an expert of the department, after that, until 2014, he was a head of the department of international relations.

From 2014 to 2018, head of the Department of scientific and technical information of the department of strategic planning and quality of RSE "Kazaeronavigation".

From 2018 to the present, he was the Deputy head of the strategic planning department of RSE "Kazaeronavigation".

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