Jason O. Klumb
Jason Klumb was appointed regional administrator for GSA’s Heartland Region on Feb. 24, 2010.
The Heartland Region comprises Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. GSA operations include management of federal real estate, acquisitions and information technology. The region has an inventory of 400 government-owned or leased buildings, 1,000 employees, and a budget of approximately $175 million.
Klumb also serves as the Kansas City Federal Executive Board chairman. His role is to oversee activities and projects in the areas of government-wide policy implementation and service to the community on behalf of the FEB.
Raised in Butler, Mo., at 24, Klumb was elected as one of the youngest legislators in state history, and served two terms in the Missouri House of Representatives. He later was the legal counsel to the lieutenant governor and an assistant attorney general.
Klumb is a lieutenant colonel in the Air National Guard Judge Advocate General Corps. Prior to joining GSA, he returned to private practice in 2009 after a year-long deployment to Kosovo as part of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Klumb received a Bachelor of Arts from William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo.; a Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri School of Law; and a Master of Science from the London School of Economics.