Trump Names Julie Dunne, Reynold Schweickhardt as GSA Senior Advisors

Jeff Brody

President Trump has appointed Reynold Schweickhardt and Julie Dunne as senior advisors for technology and to the administrator respectively at the General Services Administration. The two appointees will guide on the agency's technology transformation portfolio and support Administrator and 2019 Wash100 Award winner Emily Murphy on procurement policies and laws as part of their new roles, GSA said Tuesday.

Prior to his appointment, Schweickhardt worked under the House of Representatives as the director of technology policy and held various roles with the U.S. Government Printing Office. On the other hand, Dunne worked as a staff director at the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee's government operations subcommittee and served as an associate general counsel for the Department of Homeland Security.

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