GSA chief of staff resigns


The General Services Administration’s chief of staff, Danielle Germain, has resigned her post effective today, Federal News Radio reports.

Germain told the radio station:

We all know that they have been in a period of transition for the last two years and considering the length of time it is taking to get a permanent Administrator, I have decided to take advantage of another opportunity.

So apparently the hold Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., has placed on Martha Johnson’s confirmation to lead GSA has claimed a bystander and opened another void in GSA leadership. In the last two weeks, the agency got a new acting administrator and its deputy administrator retired.


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  1. Michael Harris on

    I would highly regard if Kempf will be he next gsa chief. He has all the skills and experience to keep GSA running smoothly.

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