Marilyn Tavenner Stepping Down From CMS
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
CMS principal deputy administrator Andy Slavitt steps in as acting administrator as Marilyn Tavenner plans to depart the agency after five years running the agency. She will leave at the end of February.
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