GSA's McDonough joins Guerra

Frank McDonough, longtime systems policy-maker with the General Services Administration, has taken a job with the consulting firm Guerra, Kiviat, Flyzik and Associates of Oak Hill, Va.

McDonough, former GSA deputy associate administrator for the Office of Intergovernmental Solutions, retired in May and will join the firm July 17. Homeland security, outsourcing, e-government and health systems are the areas in which he will start working with vendors, McDonough said.

McDonough said he has known each of the partners for more than 25 years. They cemented the deal in New Orleans when he played a round of golf with Jim Flyzik, former chief information officer at the Treasury Department, during the Federation of Government Information Processing Councils pre-conference tournament in May.

 

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I had lunch with TVA lawyer Bill Osteen recently and your name came up on a positive note. I hope that you are doing well. I am impressed with the progress that has been made on government techgnology procurements. I hope that Bill and I had some input the process. I hope that you are still doing well. I am doing well after retiring in 1994.

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