Mary Davie, assistant commissioner for the Office of Integrated Technology Services at the General Services Administration‘s Federal Acquisition Service, has received the 2014 John J. Franke Award for her services to the federal government.
The annual award from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council was presented at the recent Management of Change conference, ACT-IAC said Tuesday.
“In all of the positions [Davie] has held, her focus has always been – and continues to be – on improving government on behalf of the American people,” said ACT President Rick Holgate.
Davie, a past president of ACT, joined GSA in 1989 and has previously served as acting assistant commissioner for marketing and business development then assistant commissioner for the agency’s Assisted Acquisition Services.
In her current position, Davie oversees at least 7,000 contracts under the GSA’s fee-for-service IT procurement and services practice.
The John J. Franke Award is given to current or former government executives who demonstrate the principles of collaboration, professional standards and true public service, ACT-IAC said.
“Always upbeat and smiling, Mary supports her staff and gives them credit for their accomplishments,” Holgate added.