Phaedra Chrousos

Gov Actually Episode 9: Can innovation survive federal downsizing?

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

In this episode of Gov Actually, Phaedra Chrousos joins hosts Danny Werfel and Dan Tangherlini to discuss federal innovation and whether the recent moves of the current administration will extinguish that spark.

GSA begins hunt for new tech commissioner

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

The General Services Administration posted an opening Monday on USAJobs.gov for the next commissioner to lead its newly formed Technology Transformation Service.

FedScoop Q&A: Phaedra Chrousos’ final thoughts leaving GSA

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

A week away from closing out her chapter as a civil servant, Chrousos chatted with FedScoop to give her final words on her vision for the Technology Transformation Service, the "obstacle course" she experienced while trying to disrupt government, and why digital services teams in government benefit everyone — including industry — despite all the pushback.

Tech service lead Phaedra Chrousos leaving GSA

by Billy Mitchell • 2 years ago

Phaedra Chrousos, the politically appointed commissioner of the General Services Administration's newly formed Technology Transformation Service, will end her time in the federal government next month.

Exclusive: GSA’s Turner Roth shares her vision for the agency’s new tech service — and 18F’s legacy

by Billy Mitchell • 3 years ago

​The General Services Administration's 18F digital services shop's days may be numbered, but only​ in name — it's legacy, on the other hand, looks poised to continue on disrupting government IT development well beyond this administration.

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