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GSA’s Bev Godwin to Retire in May; Dave McClure Comments

GSABev Godwin, director of the General Services Administration‘s Federal Citizen Information Center, will retire from government on Friday after a 32-year career in the public sector, Nextgov reported Thursday.

Frank Konkel writes that Sarah Crane will serve as acting FCIC director while the agency holds a governmentwide hiring and selection process for Godwin’s successor.

“Bev has been at the forefront of change, innovation and emerging technologies, using her skills and passion to better serve the American public,” said Dave McClure, associate administrator for GSA’s office of citizen services and innovative technologies, according to the report

Godwin started her career presidential management intern at the Department of Health and Human Services in 1982 and eventually became deputy director of the White House’s National Partnership for Reinventing Government.

She also helped the federal government establish a process for the exchange of information with the public via the Internet in the 1990s, according to the report.

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