Susan B. Damour - Regional Administrator, Rocky Mountain Region
Susan B. Damour was appointed Regional Administrator for the U.S. General Service Administration’s (GSA) Rocky Mountain Region effective October 26, 2009.
As Regional Administrator, Sue oversees all of GSA’s activities in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming, including management of federal real estate and a wide range of acquisition support. She is responsible for an inventory of 165 government-owned buildings and 491 active leased buildings that house nearly 50,000 federal employees. Over $350 million in procurements, primarily for the Department of Defense, pass through her region every year.
In her current role, Sue serves as GSA’s representative on the President’s National Prevention Council, an organization comprised of 20 federal agencies that promotes wellness nationwide. She is a founding member of the West Metro Sustainability Partnership, a collaborative effort dedicated to sharing sustainable practices throughout the community. Participating organizations include GSA, the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the City of Lakewood, and Red Rocks Community College.
Previously, Sue served as Regional Administrator for the Rocky Mountain Region from 1998 to 2001, at which time she helped coordinate the then-largest wind energy purchase by federal agencies to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Earth Day. Before returning to GSA this time, Sue worked with the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization, where she led stakeholder outreach and expanded statewide membership as the Director of Outreach.
Sue has a bachelor of arts in liberal arts from Colorado Woman’s College.