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.
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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.

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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.

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

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