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Jennifer Kerber to Lead GSA’s Cloud Credential Program

GSAJennifer Kerber, executive director of the nonprofit Government Transformation Initiative for a year, will join the General Services Administration‘s office of citizen services and innovative technologies to oversee its cloud credential program, Federal News Radio reported Friday.

Kerber will lead the Federal Cloud Credential Identity Exchange program and work with agency partners such as the U.S. Postal Service, which will soon launch its version of the FCCX, writes Jason Miller.

She will succeed Katie Lewin, who left GSA in March and joined Computer Sciences Corp.

Kerber has worked for Jefferson Consulting Group and TechAmerica before she joined GTI, an organization that pushes for financial transformation across the federal government.

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