GSA's Miller detailed to Homeland Security

Emory Miller, the director of professional development for the General Services Administration, yesterday started a 30-day detail with the White House's Office of Homeland Security, according to a government source.

Miller will assist the office in developing an enterprise architecture, the source said. The department has a Jan. 25 deadline to develop the blueprint to tie together the 22 component agencies. Click here to see most recent GCN story.

Miller will remain with the office until the department is launched Jan. 24.

He becomes the second GSA official to go to Homeland Security in the last two months. Deborah Diaz, former FirstGov administrator, was assigned to the office in October to work on the agency's Web portal.


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