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Judith Zawatsky Named Assistant Commissioner of GSA Systems Mgmt Office

Judith Zawatsky, acting assistant commissioner of the General Services Administration's Office of Systems Management, has been promoted to the role on a full-time basis, FCW reported Friday.

She is responsible for efforts to update and simplify the federal award process for vendors and buyers in the U.S. government.

Zawatsky previously served as a chief of staff at GSA's Federal Acquisition Service and led executive operations for the FAS Office of the Commissioner, which oversees the delivery of products and services worth more than $50B a year to customer agencies. Before that, she managed the Multiple Award Schedules Transformation Program.

The certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt professional is a recipient of several GSA Administrator and Commissioner awards for her operational excellence and process improvement work.

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