After 38 years, McDonough calls it a day

Frank McDonough

Olivier Douliery

Friends and colleagues marked the end of an era late last month at a retirement party in Arlington, Va., for Frank McDonough. A 38-year veteran of government service, McDonough has for the last six years been the General Services Administration's deputy associate administrator for intergovernmental solutions.
McDonough, pictured here with Office of Management and Budget's Jack Kelly, joined GSA in 1980, after stints with the Navy, Health and Human Services and Treasury departments.

Former feds Jim Flyzik, left, and Paul Brubaker get together at the sendoff.

McDonough won't disappear: After a golfing vacation in the British Isles, he will next month join the consulting firm of Guerra, Kiviat, Flyzik and Associates of Oak Hill, Va.

OMB's Dan Chenok joined the crowd honoring McDonough's contributions over nearly four decades.


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