Dan Tangherlini, acting chief of the General Services Administration, has received the full support of a Senate committee to lead GSA on a full-time basis, the Washington Business Journal reported Monday.
Daniel J. Sernovitz writes the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Monday moved Tangherlini’s nomination as permanent GSA administrator to the full Senate for approval.
Tangherlini has led GSA since 2012, when Martha Johnson stepped down.
Sernovitz reports the committee also approved the nomination of Howard Shelanski as administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
Shelanski also faces a confirmation vote from the full Senate, according to the report.