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GSA’s Martha Dorris to Retire by End of October

Martha Dorris
Martha Dorris

Martha Dorris, director of strategic programs at the General Services Administration’s office of integrated technology services, will retire on Oct. 31 after nearly 34 years in government, Nextgov reported Wednesday.

Frank Konkel writes Dorris is also a former director at GSA’s office of citizen services and innovative technologies.

Dorris helped establish GSA’’s office of intergovernmental solutions during her tenure at the agency, FCW reports.

She has championed efforts such as cross-agency collaboration, customer-experience design initiatives for federal information technology projects, journey mapping and customer-focused government, Troy Schneider writes.

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