Allison Brigati has been sworn in as the General Services Administration’s deputy administrator.
Brigati, who has held the role in an acting capacity for the past two months, joined the agency in July 2017 as associate administrator for its Office of Government-wide Policy.
Previously, she was general counsel and director of strategic initiatives at the National Academy of Public Administration, and she also has legal advisory experience in the contracting, financial and employment areas.
Before joining the National Academy of Public Administration, Brigati served in various roles at the World Bank, including as the senior advisor and senior quality assurance officer to the director of Department of Institutional Integrity and as a corporate law associate at a global law firm. She is also a licensed real estate associate broker with experience in both commercial and residential real estate.
Brigati earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame and a J.D. from Boston University School of Law.