County Executive supports Biden's nomination of Missourian for GSA




April 6, 2021

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Jackson County Executive Frank White, Jr. has issued the following statement today in support of President Joe Biden’s intent to nominate Robin Carnahan, former Missouri Secretary of State, as Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA):

“I commend President Biden on his intent to nominate Robin Carnahan to serve as Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA). In her time as Secretary of State, Ms. Carnahan focused on ensuring fair elections, including implementing Missouri’s first state-wide voter registration system and creating the Missouri Voting Rights Center. Since leaving office, she has effectively helped governments on all levels improve technology, enhancing the customer service experience and cutting costs. 

“Her impeccable credentials, commitment to public service and talent for using technology to make government services more affordable and accessible make her an outstanding choice to lead the GSA. I strongly support the President’s choice and am hopeful that members of Congress act swiftly in approving her nomination.”

The press release issued today by the White House can be found by clicking here.