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Report: GSA Promotes Mary Davie to Federal Acquisition Service Deputy Commissioner

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Alan Thomas, commissioner of the General Services Administration‘s Federal Acquisition Service, has promoted acting assistant FAS commissioner Mary Davie to the deputy commissioner post in a series of leadership changes at the agency, Federal News Radio reported Monday.

Thomas, who joined FAS in June, said Davie’s experience in collaboration with government and industry stakeholders would help support FAS in its efforts to build up client, employee and supplier satisfaction and achieve savings in the federal procurement aspect.

Davie, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 for 2017, has been serving as interim deputy FAS commissioner since June 12 and previously served as assistant commissioner at FAS’ office of information technology category and the office of assisted acquisition services.

Kay Ely, acting assistant commissioner for the office of IT category, will serve as the office’s permanent deputy commissioner.

Dave Zvenyach, interim executive director at GSA’s 18F organization, will take over as acting FAS assistant commissioner at the office of systems management and will be replaced by 18F deputy executive chief Rebecca Piazza at the digital services organization.

Bob Noonan, assistant FAS commissioner for the office of systems management, will serve as acting deputy commissioner for the office of general supplies and services.

Erv Koehler, FAS regional commissioner for the Southeast Sunbelt Region, will assume the role of assistant commissioner for the office of customer accounts and stakeholder engagement and will be replaced by his deputy Joel Rogero as interim regional commissioner.

Kim Brown, assistant FAS commissioner for the CASE office, will serve as regional commissioner for the GSA Great Lakes region.

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