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Phaedra Chrousos to Leave Tech Transformation Service Commissioner Post at GSA

Phaedra Chrousos
Phaedra Chrousos

Phaedra Chrousos, commissioner of the General Services Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service organization, is due to leave her current role July 15.

GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth wrote in a blog entry posted Thursday that agency Chief Information Officer David Shive will take on Chrousos’ duties on an acting basis after she steps down until the agency finds a permanent replacement.

Chrousos helped establish the Technology Transformation Service in May to house the agency’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, digital services group 18F and Presidential Innovation Fellows program.

She previously served as GSA’s first chief customer officer and oversaw the formation of its customer experience office.

Before GSA, Chrousos worked as chief operating officer at digital media company Daily Secret and a vice president of MDxMedical after the healthcare company acquired HealthLeap, which Chrousos helped establish.

She also held positions at The Boston Consulting Group and The World Bank Group.

David Shive
David Shive

Shive joined GSA in November 2012 as director of the office of enterprise infrastructure as well as as acting director of HR and FM systems for the agency’s Office of the Chief Financial Office and Office of the Chief People Officer.

He previously worked as CIO at the District of Columbia government and held management and consulting roles at Lockheed Martin.

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