By Steve Neavling
Daniel Rachek, who has led Vermont’s FBI office for the past six years, is stepping down to become the executive director of the state’s lottery commission.
The 22-year veteran of the bureau begins the new job Nov. 13, the Vermont Digger reports. 
Rachek supervised 20 employees and led financial investigation with the FBI.
“I’m honored to join Gov. Scott’s team and to maximize the lottery’s contributions to Vermont’s economic future by supporting education funding,” Rachek said in the news release.
The state-run Vermont Lottery Commission oversees the lottery system.
“Danny’s extensive public service and financial experience provides a level of expertise and a professional commitment that will set the standard in the lottery’s future efforts,” Scott said in the announcement.