Allison Brigati, a former general counsel and director of strategic initiatives at the National Academy of Public Administration, has joined the General Services Administration as associate administrator for the Office of Government-wide Policy.
GSA said Monday President Donald Trump picked Brigati to help guide strategic policymaking for the federal government on areas such as property, transportation, information technology and regulatory information, among others.
Brigati most recently worked as an associate broker at Virginia-based real estate firm McEnearney Associates before her appointment to GSA.
She served as senior counselor for U.S. affairs then senior quality assurance officer with the Department of Institutional Integrity at the World Bank between 2004 and 2008, and was deputy counsel of the Republican National Committee from May 1994 to January 1998.
GSA said Brigati brings experience as an expert legal adviser in contracting, employment and financial matters.
The Office of Government-wide Policy is in charge of maintaining the policy framework for government management of property, technology and administrative services.