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Dorothy Robyn Stepping Down From GSA Public Buildings Service Role

GSADorothy Robyn will leave the General Services Administration in March as Public Buildings Service commissioner after 16 months at the helm, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

Jonathan O’Connell writes Robyn wants to take time off work to write about her experiences working for the GSA and Defense Department, according to the report.

She came to GSA in September 2012 after leading the Pentagon’s Defense Base Closure and Realignment Program for three years as deputy defense  undersecretary for installations and environment.

Robyn reportedly will be succeeded by Norman Dong, current acting controller for the Office of Management and Budget.

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