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Report: Anne Rung Appointed White House Procurement Office Lead

WhiteHouseAnne Rung, chief acquisition officer and an associate administrator at the General Services Administration, has been appointed leader of the White House’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy, FCW reported Monday.

Mark Rockwell writes that Rung will succeed Joe Jordan, who left the government in January and now serves as public sector president at FedBid, a reverse-auction marketplace company.

Rung has served as GSA’s acquisition lead since May 2012 and associate administrator for the agency’s office of governmentwide policy since June 2013, FCW reports.

Prior to GSA, Rung served as senior director of administration at the Commerce Department.

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