The top official overseeing the federal government’s more than 350M SF real estate footprint is leaving after two years on the job.
Public Buildings Service Commissioner Nina Albert testifies at a House Transportation subcommittee hearing on federal office space utilization.
The General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service Commissioner Nina Albert will depart at the end of the week, the agency announced Tuesday. She will be replaced by GSA National Capital Region Administrator Elliot Doomes.
“It has been an honor to serve GSA and the Biden-Harris Administration over the past two years,” Albert said in a release.
“The opportunity to define hybrid work and demonstrate how GSA can improve the workplace experience for millions of federal workers, as well as right-size the federal footprint, has been my goal. I know that the PBS team will continue to steward these efforts in support of federal agencies’ missions and to the benefit of communities across the United States,” she said.