Gerald R. Volloy, who runs the day-to-day operations of the Reston Association, said he will resign June 18 to take a job at LexisNexis, the information company.

Volloy has been executive vice president and chief executive of the Reston Association since Nov. 1, 2000.

The private nonprofit organization represents more than 50,000 Reston residents and is one of the largest homeowner groups in the United States. The association is responsible for designing and maintaining property, managing open space and recreation facilities such as pools, and developing education and recreation programs. Property owners in the planned community pay annual dues to finance association activities.

At LexisNexis, Volloy will be vice president of program management for the special services division, which he said would involve overseeing programs to protect the United States.

In a statement, Volloy said he had achieved his major goals at the Reston Association, including the renovation of the Southgate recreation center, expansion of the Walker Nature Education Center and putting together a five-year strategic plan for Reston that he called "a solid roadmap for its future."

"Jerry Volloy has had remarkable success on several key projects in the just over three years he has been with the association," Karen Monaghan, the association's communications director, said in a statement. "He has also been a steadfast supporter of staff and his team-building efforts have made a positive difference in the organization."

The Reston Association board of directors will launch a search for a successor.