Phaedra Chrousos’ legacy, Uber and Lyft for feds, and more

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Phaedra Chrousos, commissioner of the General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Service, announced recently she would end her time in federal government July 15. FedScoop since caught up with Chrousos to discuss what she experienced during her two years at GSA and what she hopes for as the agency looks for her replacement to scale TTS. 

FedScoop managing editor Billy Mitchell joined Government Matters to discuss what Chrousos revealed to him in that exit interview and talk about a new bill in the House that would allow federal employees to expense ridesharing applications, like Uber and Lyft, as official work-related travel. 

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