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GSA Official Anne Rung to Become OMB Senior Adviser

Anne Rung
Anne Rung

Anne Rung, the associate administrator of governmentwide policy at the General Services Administration, will serve as a senior adviser at the Office of Management and Budget beginning in June, FCW reported Tuesday.

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini commended Rung’s role in the agency’s leadership team in a May 12 email and has appointed Christine Harada of Lockheed Martin to succeed Rung in the associate administrator role.

Rung has also served as GSA’s chief acquisition officer since May 2012 and received the FCW Federal 100 award earlier that year for her work as senior director of administration at the Commerce Department.

Meanwhile, Harada has experience in program development from Lockheed and in data analytics and project management, among other areas, from Booz Allen Hamilton and Boston Consulting Group.

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