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David Ehrenwerth Named Regional Administrator of GSA Mid-Atlantic Region

GSA # 10678

June 21, 2010
Contact: Caren Auchman, (202) 525-8165
caren.auchman@gsa.gov 

WASHINGTON — GSA announced the appointment of David Ehrenwerth to serve as the Regional Administrator of GSA’s Mid-Atlantic Region.

As the Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator, Ehrenwerth will oversee GSA operations in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia, including management of federal real estate and information technology. He will be responsible for an inventory of more than 750 government-owned or leased buildings and 1,000 employees.

"David Ehrenwerth will be a tremendous addition to the GSA leadership team as we work to create a greener, more efficient, more cost-effective, more open, and more responsible government for the American people," said Martha N. Johnson, Administrator of General Services. "His commitment to public service and his experience in real estate and urban development will be invaluable to GSA as we pursue this effort in the Mid-Atlantic Region."

Ehrenwerth has practiced law in Pittsburgh for more than 35 years, with a focus on real estate and urban redevelopment projects. He is also active in tri-state area nonprofit and civic organizations. He has served as chairman of the board of Montefiore Hospital; member of the executive committee of the Riverview Center for the Aged; and member of the board of the Jewish Healthcare Foundation, Presbyterian University Hospital, and the Pennsylvania Board of Vocational Rehabilitation.

He has also been a leader in Pennsylvania government and politics, as Assistant Attorney General of Pennsylvania from 1972 to 1974, adviser to numerous candidates and elected officials, and as co-chair of the Thornburgh Forum for Law and Public Policy at the University of Pittsburgh.

Ehrenwerth comes to GSA from K&L Gates LLP, where he was managing partner of the Pittsburgh office. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pittsburgh and a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School.

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