Deborah Platt Majoras is the former chair of the Federal Trade Commission, appointed May 11, 2004, by President George W. Bush and sworn in on August 16, 2004. President Bush had announced his intention to appoint her to the position on July 30, 2004. Majoras is a member of the Republican Party.Majoras filled the FTC vacancy created by Timothy Muris, who announced May 11, 2004 that he would step down to become a law professor at George Mason University. Majoras was replaced by William Kovacic in March 2008. In early 2008, she announced that she was leaving the FTC to become senior vice president and general counsel for Procter & Gamble, the largest consumer products company in the United States.

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