MLA format citations put the author’s name and the page from which the quote was taken.
APA format citations put the author’s name and the date of the publication, instead.
For flowing text, keep it simple and use "said Name, Position" or "Position Name".
The second form is acceptable, but I'd use when compiling a list of quotes, rather than flowing text as is usual in press releases.
Quotation marks are used only for exact duplication and not for paraphrasing.
A paraphrase takes the idea, but does not use exact wording.
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Visit Stack Exchange English Language & Usage Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts. Sign up to join this community There are as many ways to say this as there are synonyms for "said" — and if you read many news articles you will know that journalists and their editors (if they have any) like to avoid dull repetition. As for setting off a quote with an em dash, that's usually reserved for epigraphs or collections of quotations.
Add a Bibliography or Works Cited page after the paper.
Citations for the quotes in the document are abbreviated citations of the work, but any document or paper requires adding full information on the Bibliography or Works Cited page.