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Dan Tangherlini

Dan Tangherlini will be staying in the D.C. area as he enters the private sector.

Former GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini has moved on to the private sector, settling at a Washington-area real estate investment firm, while his former employer has appointed staff to new leadership positions in his wake.

Chevy Chase, Md.-based Artemis Real Estate Partners said in a Feb. 25 statement it had appointed Tangherlini as its chief operating officer in charge of running corporate strategy and overseeing operations.

Tangherlini told his staff in a January internal email that he planned to leave the agency on Feb.  13, but didn't disclose where he would be going.

In that internal communication, Tangherlini said GSA Deputy Administrator Denise Turner Roth would serve as acting administrator.

Turner Roth started in that position on Feb. 23. In an introductory video blog posted on GSA's web site, she also announced two other management moves.

GSA Chief of Staff Adam Neufeld was named acting deputy administrator. Neufeld started at GSA in May of 2013 and has been a central figure in transforming the agency's office space, as well as a leader in championing innovative development initiatives, such as the Presidential Innovation Fellows and 18F.

Current Associate Administrator of the Office of Government-wide Policy, Christine Haradawas named acting chief of staff.

Posted by Mark Rockwell on Feb 27, 2015 at 8:05 AM


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