GSA’s head of public buildings steps down

January 29, 2014
Dorothy Robyn, pictured with D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray. (Washington Post)
Dorothy Robyn, pictured with D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray. (The Washington Post)

Dorothy Robyn, head of the General Services Administration’s public-buildings division, will leave her post after 16 months on the job, which included leading the search for a new FBI headquarters and securing a deal with Donald Trump for a luxury hotel at the Old Post Office Pavillion.

Robyn said her replacement is expected to be Norman Dong, who is currently serving as the acting controller at the Office of Management and Budget, according to a report from The Post’s Capital Business blog.

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Josh Hicks covers the federal government and anchors the Federal Eye blog. He reported for newspapers in the Detroit and Seattle suburbs before joining the Post as a contributor to Glenn Kessler’s Fact Checker blog in 2011.
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Josh Hicks · January 29, 2014