Frank McDonough had a distinguished career in the federal government working in the Department of the Navy, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Department of Treasury and the General Services Administration.
At GSA, he oversaw the acquisition of information technology and telecommunications for the entire federal government for years. This included approving agency's acquisitions, reviewing agencies management, acquisition, and use of IT and telecom and creating numerous other programs to mitigate risks and train program managers and acquisition officials. He served as Deputy Commissioner and in several other titles just under the Administrator of GSA.
He was a master of creating numerous government-wide programs using a method similar to today’s crowdsourcing.
In addition, he initiated the US' relationships with many other countries and represented the US with several international IT organizations.
Since 2010 he has taught mid-career graduate students in Mexico City for the University of Texas-Dallas.
Understanding and working through the many challenges in high-level government jobs.