GSA Losing Four Key Senior Executives
January 7, 2014
Four high-ranking senior executives at the General Services Administration are leaving.
GSA Deputy Administrator Susan Brita will retire March 14 after more than 30 years of government service.
Along with Brita, Casey Coleman, one of the longest-serving chief information officers in government, and Kelly Olson, director of strategic initiatives and outreach in the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, are heading to the private sector.
Additionally, Sheila Campbell, GSA's director of the Center for Excellence in Digital Government in the OSCIT, also is leaving to join the Peace Corps as its director for strategic and digital integration.