Michael Camuñez, a former O’Melveny & Myers partner who most recently has been a special counsel in the White House advising on executive nominations, is President Barack Obama’s nominee for a job promoting international trade.

The White House said late Monday that Obama intends to nominate Camuñez for assistant secretary for market access and compliance in the U.S. Department of Commerce. The office’s mission is two-fold: assisting U.S. companies in resolving trade barriers and policing other countries’ compliance with more than 250 trade agreements. The position requires Senate confirmation.

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