Anne Rung Nominated to Head White House Procurement Policy Office

Anne Rung

Anne Rung, a senior adviser in the Office of Management and Budget and a former official at the General Services Administration, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to lead the White House’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy as administrator, the White House announced Friday.

Rung joined OMB in May after two years of service as chief acquisition officer at GSA and a concurrent year as associate administrator for that agency’s office of governmentwide policy.

Prior to GSA, Rung served as senior director of administration at the Commerce Department between 2010 and 2012 and held positions in the Pennsylvania Department of General Services for the seven years prior.

Her time in the DGS included service as deputy secretary for administration and chief of staff.

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