July 2, 2021: Robin Carnahan was confirmed by the U.S. Senate and sworn in as Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA). Prior to joining GSA, Carnahan served in executive and leadership roles in business, academia and government, including as the Secretary of State of Missouri (2005-2013), and founded and led the State and Local Government Practice at 18F, a tech consultancy, inside GSA (2016-2020). Most recently, Caranahan was a Fellow at Georgetown University’s Beeck Center where she co-founded the State Software Collaborative. Carnahan, 59, holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from William Jewell College and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.