With more than 10 years of experience in the field, Adam Neufeld has worked for four government agencies and consulted with two others while at McKinsey & Co. As the deputy administrator of the US General Services Administration (GSA), Neufeld played a vital role in reorganizing and streamlining the agency, increasing efficiencies of government acquisition, and helping agencies transform their space into more efficient, mobile, open offices. He has also been at the forefront of the government’s efforts to bring innovative new approaches to the federal government, including the Presidential Innovation Fellows and 18F (a group of coders and designers), a unit of behavioral scientists and human resources reform. Prior to joining GSA, Neufeld served as a senior adviser in the office of management and budget. In this position, he worked on efforts to improve government management and budgetary issues. Previously, Neufeld was an honors attorney at the Department of Labor working on trial, appellate and regulatory matters as well as a special assistant to the chairman of the Federal Election Commission. In addition, he has worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Co., with a focus on serving the federal government.