The Executive Director of the Missouri Gaming Commission is stepping down. Kevin Mullally, who has been involved with the agency since its inception in 1993, is leaving on April 15th to take a position in the private sector. Mullally, who took over as Executive Director five years ago, will become the General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs for New Jersey-based Gaming Laboratories International, an independent gaming device and systems testing lab. He will work out of Jefferson City. Mullally says that while he has enjoyed his time at the Gaming Commission, it’s time to move on. Mullally says he pleased to be leaving the agency in great shape. He adds he’s proudest of the work done in the are of problem gambling, saying Missouri has become an international leader in that area.