General Services Administration head Dan Tangherlini will step down from his post in February, he announced in a memo to staff Thursday, after serving three years in the Obama administration.
Tangherlini — a Mr. Fix-It known for short stints in a variety of agencies — has attempted to reform and modernize GSA, which provides transportation, real estate and contracting support to all of federal government. He took office after former Administrator Martha Johnson resigned in the wake of the conference scandal that embroiled the agency in 2012.
Deputy GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth will fill in as the agency’s …read more
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