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TechAmerica's Kerber joins Government Transformation Initiative

Jennifer Kerber

Jennifer Kerber comes to the Government Transformation Initiative after gaining experience at the TechAmerica Foundation.

Jennifer Kerber is the new executive director of the Government Transformation Initiative, the group has announced. She will lead the non-profit coalition as it works to improve the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the federal government.

Kerber's work will ultimately lead to the creation of a Government Transformation Commission or Task Force, said David Walker, GTI board chair and former U.S. Comptroller General.

"Jennifer Kerber’s proven track record for fostering public and private sector collaboration and dialogue will be an asset to the GTI effort," Walker said. "We are confident that her experience on the Hill coupled with her passion for improving the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of government will make a positive difference in our efforts. We are delighted to add her to our team."

Kerber previously served as president of the TechAmerica Foundation.

Posted by Michael Hardy on May 08, 2013 at 12:10 PM


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