David McClure, associate administrator of the General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, has told agency staff he intends to retire from government , according to Nextgov.
McClure broke the news to GSA staff in an email Wednesday and said his last day will be May 31, Nextgov reports.
The government veteran played a key role in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and helped shape the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996.
McClure plans to enter the private sector upon retirement, according to Nextgov.
His private sector experience includes time as Gartner’s global government research agenda lead and vice president for e-government and technology at the Council for Excellence in Government.