Anil Cheriyan: GSA Eyes ‘Client-Focused’ Tech Transformation Service Through Restructuring

Jeff Brody
Anil Cheriyan

Anil Cheriyan, director of the General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service, said TTS will reorganize its four offices into two “pillars” as part of its efforts to be more “client-focused,” FedScoop reported Thursday.

The 18F digital services agency, Presidential Innovation Fellows program and the Centers of Excellence will form the “clients and markets” pillar to be led by assistant commissioner Harry Lee.

Dominic Sale will also serve as assistant commissioner to oversee the “solutions and products” group, which will be composed of the Office of Products and Programs and some digital platforms under 18F such as cloud.gov and login.gov.

Cheriyan said the restructuring effort aims to develop a more “collaborative environment” across TTS offices and programs.

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