Anderson leaves the fold at OMB

With his wife, Carrie (left), and GSA's Martha Doris, Anderson laughs while being roasted by colleagues.

Mark Forman, Anderson's first boss at OMB, delivers a few choice comments.

EPA's Kim Nelson chats with Wayne Davis of Entrust Inc.

Karen Evans, OMB administrator for e-government and IT, pays tribute to Anderson's service.

Tad Anderson took the leap from government to industry earlier this month, and colleagues from both sides of the aisle marked the occasion at a Washington restaurant.

Anderson left his job as the Office of Management and Budget's associate administrator for e-government and IT to become vice president of Dutko Government Markets at Dutko Group Cos. Inc. of Washington.

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