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Defense Procurement Chief Dick Ginman to Depart

PentagonRichard Ginman, the Defense Department‘s director of procurement policy, is set to depart his office after nearly 40 years of service both in the government and private sectors, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday.

Jared Serbu writes that Ginman has served as DoD’s top procurement and acquisition policy official since 2011, when the acquisition office was split into two divisions, namely the policy office led by Ginman and the defense pricing hub led by Shay Assad.

Serbu writes the retired Navy rear admiral served as DoD’s deputy director for contingency and acquisition policy before taking the helm at the agency’s procurement policy.

He previously held various leadership roles in civilian acquisition within the Navy before he retired from military service in 2000, Federal News Radio reports.

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