McDonough to leave the building at GSA

Veteran systems policy-maker Frank McDonough has announced he is leaving government for the private sector.

McDonough has been the General Services Administration's deputy associate administrator for intergovernmental solutions for six years, with GSA since 1980 and in the federal government for 38 years.

He has not decided when his last day will be, but said he is considering mid-June. He also has not decided where he will go after he leaves government but said he has 'some irons in the fire.'

McDonough helped create the Intergovernmental Solutions Office with long-time deputy Martha Doris to establish relationships with international governments. Over the past 18 months, McDonough said, the focus has shifted to working with state and local governments to share information.

During his federal career, McDonough also had stints with the Navy, and the Health and Human Services and Treasury departments.

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