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Goodbye and Thank You

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After almost three years at Government Executive and a year and a half as the voice of FedBlog, it feels bittersweet to type this: this is my last day at GovExec. I'll be moving over a neighborhood and into a whole different world of reporting to take up a position at Washingtonian, and handing the reins of this blog back to Tom Shoop.

I can't say enough what a pleasure it's been work at Government Executive, a fantastic home for any young journalist looking to learn Washington and the craft of reporting, and to spend time with all of you. You've pushed me, made me laugh, and made me think. I'm so grateful to you for sharing your collective wisdom. The work you do is critical. I'll never forget that.

 
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