Dr. Miller B. McDonald is President of Miller McDonald and Associates, Consultants to Management, an organization dedicated to providing executive, management and supervisory assistance and guidance to the educational, business, government and industrial worlds in the fields of personnel, organization, management and administration.
Clients have been: Office of the Secretary of Commerce; Department of Defense; National Bureau of Standards; Energy Research and Development Administration; U.S. Patent Office; University of Geogia; Louisiana State University and others.
Prior to the formation of his organization in 1972, Dr. McDonald was Director of the United States Department of Commerce Executive and Management Training and Development Programs from 1966 through 1972. He was responsible for all training and development of top level Executives, Managers and Supervisors on a Department-wide basis. He was recognized by the Secretary of Commerce in 1972 with the receipt of the Commerce Certificate of Service.
Prior to that, he was Chief, Out-Service Training for the Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service from 1960 to 1966. His responsibilities included the technical, executive, management and supervisory training in such nation-wide activities as the Teaching Taxes Program conducted in colleges, universities and high Schools throughout the nation and the Special Agent Basic School for Intelligence Agents. He received the Internal Revenue Service Certificate of Recognition for this service in 1961.
During the period, 1946 to 1959, with a gap for recall to military service during the Korean War, he was responsible for training and development for the Atomic Energy Commission's Oak Ridge and Albuquerque Operations Offices receiving the AEC's Superior Performance Award.
Dr. McDonald is widely known for his accomplishmnts in the area of management and technical training studies. His published study for the U.S. Treasury Department resulted in the establishment of a nationally centralized School for Secret Service, Customs, IRS, and other Enforcement Agents. His studies for the Secretary of Commerce resulted in the establishment of several Executive and Management programs throughout the Department.