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Anne Rung’s OFPP Nomination Moves to Full Senate Vote

AnneRungThe Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee has endorsed the nomination of Anne Rung to be the next Office of Federal Procurement Policy administrator, Federal News Radio reported Wednesday.

Shefali Kapadia writes that Rung’s confirmation will be up for review by the full Senate, although no date has been set for a vote.

Rung, if approved, will succeed Joe Jordan, who stepped down in December to join online procurement services firm FedBid.

She became a senior adviser in the Office of Management and Budget after serving as associate administrator for the General Services Administration‘s governmentwide policy office.

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