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Treasury CFO Daniel Tangherlini Starts New Job as GSA Head

The General Services Administration named Treasury Department Chief Financial Officer Daniel Tangherlini to head the agency in an acting role following Martha Johnson’s resignation Monday. Tangherlini served in the Treasury as assistant secretary for management, CFO and chief performance officer since 2009. At GSA, he will manage assets, implement technology solutions …

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Report: GSA Admin Martha Johnson Steps Down

General Services Administration Administrator Martha Johnson resigned from her post Monday following allegations of excessive spending at a training conference, the Washington Post reports. Dan Tangherlini, an assistant secretary in the Treasury Department, will succeed Johnson, according to the report. GSA also fired Robert Peck, public buildings service chief and …

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GSA Head Calls For More Shared Services Across Agencies

The head of the General Services Administration plans to implement more shared services in the government, Federal Computer Week reports. Martha Johnson said Thursday that the GSA would develop shared services projects aimed at making the government more interactive and responsive to citizens. Speaking at the Acquisition Excellence conference, Johnson said …

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Telework Now the Norm for GSA With New Policy

Telework will now be seen as normal operating procedure for employees of the General Services Administration. GSA signed off on a new telework policy Monday, with GSA Administrator Martha Johnson saying the agency is “assuming people can telework,” according to a report from Federal News Radio. “We’re assuming mobile work, …

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GSA Issues Request for Cloud Services Quote

The General Services Administration has put out a new request for quotation for a number of email-as-a-service cloud-computing services, according to a Federal News Radio report. The $2.5 billion five-year blanket purchase agreement contract — for e-mail, office automation and electronic-records management — is part of GSA’s bid to get …

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