“Veteran public sector technologist Waldo Jaquith has joined the General Services Administration as a senior adviser to Administrator Robin Carnahan…”
“Prior to her appointment as GSA administrator, Carnahan also held a fellowship at the Beeck Center, where she worked with Jaquith to launch the State Software Collaborative — a practical research project designed to overhaul states’ reliance on over-complex procurements and off-the-shelf software. They also spent time together previously at GSA’s in-house tech consultancy 18F between 2016 and 2020.
Previously, Jaquith was a member of the Biden-Harris transition team, working on technology strategy and delivery, and was also a volunteer at U.S. Digital Service. Earlier in his career, he also worked at the Sunlight Foundation…” Read the full article here.
Source: Technologist Waldo Jaquith joins GSA as senior adviser to Carnahan – By John Hewitt Jones, September 13, 2021. FedScoop.