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GSA Names Jim Ghiloni to Lead Potential $48B Integrations Contract

The General Services Adminstration has appointed Jim Ghiloni to lead the Integrations governmentwide acquisition contract, Federal News Radio reported.

Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner Steve Kempf said in an e-mail that Ghiloni will oversee the final development stages and construction of the contract vehicle, according to Federal News Radio.

GSA has set the contract’s ceiling value at $48 billion but has not yet determined how many years the contract will cover.

Agencies will purchase professional and technology support services through the multiple award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Ghiloni succeeds Lisa Maguire, who served as program executive officer of Integrations since the development phase.

Ghiloni previously directed business and acquisition operations for the FAS’ assisted acquisition service.

He also was deputy director for government wide acquisitions contracts and served as program manager for the Alliant contract vehicle.

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