Steven Kempf to Head Federal Acquisition Service

contract-copy-mhYesterday, 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 has 18 years of experience with the Federal Acquisition Service.

Kempf will be working under Jim Williams, who is the Federal Acquisition Service Commissioner. According to NextGov, Williams said, “Steve knows FAS inside and out, and his long history with the organization ensures continuity in our delivery of outstanding service, innovation and value to our customers and the American taxpayer.”

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