“Beth Angerman, who led the federal shared services effort for the last four years at the General Services Administration, is leaving government.”
“Federal News Network has confirmed Angerman told staff last week that her last day in government is Dec. 6. Sources said Angerman will take some time off before deciding on her next job.”
“Angerman has been the principal deputy associate administrator in GSA’s Office of Governmentwide Policy since February 2018 and spent the three years before that running the Shared Solutions and Performance Improvement office, which was formerly Unified Shared Services Management Office.”
“Earl Pinto recently joined GSA as the deputy associate administrator in the OGP to lead the shared services effort, coming over from the Department of Health and Human Services. It’s unclear if Pinto will serve as the acting principal deputy associate administrator when Angerman leaves.”
“Angerman joined federal service in 2005 as an IT project manager for the Treasury Department and over the next decade rose to senior leadership positions including the executive director of Treasury’s Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation, where she led the financial management line of business effort…” Read the full article here.
Source: Shared services executive to depart after 4 years at GSA – By Jason Miller, November 25, 2019. Federal News Network.