GSA's Horan calls it a career after 32 years

Tom Horan, acting deputy associate administrator in the General Services Administration's Office of Governmentwide Policy, will step down at the end of April.

Horan, who announced his retirement in an e-mail today, spent 32 years in government service, with 23 at GSA. While at the agency, Horan was active in several projects, including FirstGov.gov and the creation of the Office of Citizen Services, and participated on the CIO Council.

'I am proud of our accomplishments together, and my association with so many of you fine folks here at GSA, I will certainly miss seeing you all every day,' Horan wrote.

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