Matt Goodrich, director of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, has been appointed head of the General Services Administration’s office of products and programs, MeriTalk reported Thursday.
Goodrich will lead the office that oversees cloud, data services, information technology delivery, innovation portfolio and public experience.
He has been leading FedRAMP since 2009 and works to address barriers to cloud adoption across federal agencies.
Prior to GSA, he previously worked at the Office of Management and Budget and started his government career as a Presidential Management Fellow.
Ashley Mahan, FedRAMP evangelist, will succeed Jay Huie as director of GSA’s secure cloud portfolio.
Mahan oversees FedRAMP’s customer experience, agency engagement and outreach efforts and serves as a liaison between cloud service providers and agencies as a program evangelist.
The leadership moves came after GSA named Kelly Olson as acting director of the Technology Transformation Service.