- January 31, 2014
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Dorothy Robyn, who previously held the Pentagon’s top installations slot, this week said she would step down in March as commissioner of the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Public Buildings Service. In an interview with the Washington Post, Robyn said she next will write about shortcomings in the government preventing effective management of federal infrastructure and improvements in energy conservation. “I’ve been a part of some tremendous work both here at GSA and at DOD and I want to go write about that and also write about the impediments to GSA and DOD doing it better,” she told the paper. “It’s been a joy to be part of the work, but I’ve been frustrated by the impediments,” Robyn added. She left DOD in September 2012 after being selected for the GSA post.