The top public policy official at Google in Washington, D.C., is stepping down from her post, as Axios was first to report on Friday.

Susan Molinari, who heads Google’s D.C. office as vice president of public policy for the Americas and who formerly served as a Republican congresswoman for New York, will take on an advisory role at the tech company. She joined Google in 2012 from her government affairs consulting firm Susan Molinari Strategies.

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