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GSA buildings commissioner Dorothy Robyn stepping down in March
Wednesday - 1/29/2014, 3:13pm EST
Dorothy Robyn will be stepping down in March as commissioner of the General Services Administration's Public Buildings Service, according to a GSA statement.
In making the announcement, GSA praised Robyn's efforts in making PBS' properties more energy efficient.
Frank Benenati, press secretary at the Office of Management and Budget, confirmed that OMB's acting controller, Norman Dong, will be stepping down to succeed Robyn at PBS.
"In his new position, Dong will have a leading role in the continued implementation of the Administration's initiatives to find savings and improve efficiency in the government's real estate portfolio, such as the Freeze the Footprint initiative," Benenati said, in an email. "He will remain at OMB until a replacement is in place."
Prior to coming to GSA, Robyn was the deputy undersecretary for Installations and the Environment, where she was responsible for managing DoD's 539,000 military installations, spanning more than 29 million acres across the world.
The Washington Post's Capital Business column first reported on Robyn's departure.