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Open Government Ball Rolls On

Yesterday, we reported there are growing concerns that the open government directive may face some challenges. There are agencies that have not yet launched transparency pages, and there are concerns about agencies putting ideas into action. However, it remains clear that the initiative is still moving forward.  One way this …

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GSA Aiming for Sustainability

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is making some new moves towards sustainability. The Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings has moved from the Public Buildings Service to GSA’s Office of Government-wide Policy, and GSA’s Public Buildings Service established a new position of Chief Greening Officer. The move by the …

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GSA Administrator, Johnson, Talks Priorities

It has been nearly two years since GSA has had an administrator in place. The long awaited confirmation of Martha Johnson as GSA Administrator occurred on February 4th. She was sworn into office last week on February 16th. During her speech Johnson made some vows to the agency. According to …

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Philip Klokis

Philip Klokis is director of enterprise infrastructure at the Office of Enterprise Infrastructure, which is part of General Administration Services. Under his leadership, Klokis managed to increase user satisfaction of the GITGO program, which combines IT services and technologies across the agency, and improve its infrastructure availability. 

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GSA Launches New Blog

GSA has launched the “Great Government through Technology Blog,” a blog about the federal technology space. Assistant Commissioner for Integrated Technology Services, Ed O’Hare, launched this new blog. It will be a regularly updated blog with breaking news and posts. The goal of the blog is to create a medium …

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Bev Godwin

Bev Godwin is the General Services Administration’s director of new media and citizen engagement. Before landing at GSA in 2001, Godwin was director of online resources and interagency development for new media at the White House. Prior to that, she was deputy director at the National Partnership for Reinventing Government …

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No Replacement Named for GSA’s Chief of Staff

Yesterday we reported that GSA’s Chief of Staff, Danielle Germain, had her last day in office. However, the reports that Cathy Kronopolus will be her replacement are not yet confirmed. According to Federal News Radio reports, Sahar Wali, the GSA’s deputy associate administrator for communications and marketing said, “Former Acting …

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Steven Kempf to Head Federal Acquisition Service

Yesterday, January 7th, 2010, the General Services Administration announced that Steven Kempf is the new deputy commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service. Kempf will replace Tyree Varnado, who is retiring after working in the federal service for 35 years. Kempf is an experienced veteran of the Federal Acquisition Service; he …

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GSA’s Chief of Staff Has Last Day

Yesterday, January 6th was the last day as GSA’s Chief of Staff for Danielle Germain. She has held the Chief of Staff position at GSA since June of 2009. According to Washington Technology, Germain said, “We all know that [GSA has] been in a period of transition for the last …

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