Dorothy Robyn, GSA's Public Buildings Service commissioner, plans to levae the agency in March. (Mike Morones/Federal Times)
Dorothy Robyn, the head of the General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service, will be stepping down in March, according to the agency.
Administrator Dan Tangherlini thanked Robyn for her contributions in a statement and said she worked tirelessly to make GSA’s buildings more energy efficient and save taxpayer money.
“Her commitment has not only helped us maintain those facilities but also enabled GSA to increase our capital investments, improve our business practices, and enhance the energy efficiency of our entire portfolio,” Tangherlini said.
The Washington Post first reported the move and said that Norman Dong, acting controller at the Office of Management and Budget, will replace her as commissioner.
Robyn spearheaded the leasing of the Old Post Office building in Washington to the Trump Organization and sold millions of dollars in underused property.
CIO Casey Coleman and Deputy Administrator Susan Brita also recently announced plans to leave GSA.