GSA has new Intergovernmental Solutions head

Martha Dorris, former deputy director in the Office of Intergovernmental Solutions at the General Services Administration, has been named director of the office. She succeeds Frank McDonough, who retired from GSA in May. Dorris' promotion was effective June 15.

"Martha Dorris was selected because of her extensive background in working e-gov issues at all levels of government," said M.J. Jameson, associate administrator of GSA's Office of Citizen Services and Communications, in a statement.

A 21-year GSA veteran, her positions have ranged from computer programmer to management.

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