GSA's Emory Miller to retire

Emory Miller, the General Services Administration's director of professional leadership, will retire Jan. 3 after 36 years of federal service. Miller said he intends to look at opportunities in the private sector.

Miller, who spent his entire government career working in the IT field, has influenced the federal technology community in a number of ways. He started the CIO University and the Strategic and Tactical Advocates for Results programs.

He was instrumental in the Trail Boss program and now is working with an interagency group to push project management as an explicit federal career. He also is one of the leads in GSA's SmartBuy initiative to buy governmentwide software licenses.

 

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