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GSA Seeks Telecom Director for Federal Acquisition Service

The General Services Administration is looking for a director to oversee policies, resources and procedures for telecommunications services programs at the agency’s Federal Acquisition Service.

A USAJobs notice published July 2 says the selected candidate will be responsible for planning studies of telecom and network service procurement practices across industry and agencies at the state and local levels.

The incumbent will also represent the GSA’s Information Technology Category Assistant Commissioner and top FAS leaders at executive-level meetings with other agencies, companies, trade groups and congressional staff regarding telecom services.

The chosen candidate will also provide guidance, direction, oversight and policies for the regional delivery of such service to the federal customers.

GSA will accept applicants for the position through July 23.

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