The American Council on Education projected that GW would receive about $24.8 million from the legislation, which was enacted last month.
Michael Regan earned a master’s degree in public administration with a specialization in federal policy, politics and administration from GW in 2005.
Jared Johnson, the interim chief technology officer, said officials’ focus is now on modernizing Banweb’s functions.
Administrators had said in October that they did not anticipate being able to hold Commencement on the National Mall as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chief Financial Officer Mark Diaz said the report is welcome news for GW administrators and investors amid contractions in the industry during the pandemic.
The total budget for all of the individual communications staffs is approximately $4.85 million, with a combined professional staff of roughly 76 people.
Moody’s Investors Service affirmed GW’s A1 rating with a stable outlook, which officials said demonstrates the University’s financial “strength.”