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Tangele (Tee) Terry joined the federal government in June 2010 coming from the private industry.She was assigned to the National Agricultural Library Office of the Director as an Administrative Management Assistant.In December, 2011, Ms. Terry was assigned and relocated to George Washington Carver Center in the Office of the Director of the National Capital Region Business Service Center (NCRBSC).Tee was very instrumental in making the transition for the NCRBSC a very smooth one.