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Anne Rung Eyes Further Federal Acquisition Updates in 2016

Anne Rung
Anne Rung

Anne Rung, administrator of the White House’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy, has said she will seek to further updates to federal acquisition initiatives in an interview with Fedscoop posted Monday.

Billy Mitchell writes Rung has fulfilled 22 of the 24 goals described in a December 2014 federal procurement memo, with a focus on category management.

Rung told Fedscoop the OFPP is seeing “the results of those efforts” and wants to mature and scale up those areas in 2016.

She said her office plans to issue guidance memos around mobile services, according to the report.

Rung also seeks to deepen agency-vendor relationships through the Acquisition 360 industry feedback program, Mitchell reports.

“We’re hoping to increase that with the next iteration,” Rung told Fedscoop.

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