Matt Goodrich to Step Down as GSA Senior Adviser

Matt Goodrich

Matt Goodrich is slated to leave his position as senior adviser for technology transformation service at the General Services Administration July 26, Nextgov reported Monday.

Prior to his current role, Goodrich served as an assistant commissioner for products and programs and led the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program office for seven years. He also worked as a policy analyst at the Office of Management and Budget.

“It’s been a wild ride the last 10 years—launching Apps.gov, working at the White House, leading & transforming FedRAMP, running OPP,” Goodrich said in a tweet. “I’m proud of all I’ve done & excited for what the next 10 years will bring.”

Goodrich received his bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from the University of Miami and obtained a Juris Doctor degree at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law.

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