Bob DeLuca Named Acting Chief of GSA’s Technology Transformation Service

Bob DeLuca Named Acting Chief of GSA’s Technology Transformation Service
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Bob DeLuca, who left the General Services Administration (GSA) in June 2020 to serve as deputy chief information officer at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, will return to GSA to serve as interim director of the Technology Transformation Service and deputy commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service, Nextgov reported Sunday.

Starting July 19, DeLuca will perform the duties of TTS Director Anil Cheriyan, who announced his retirement in late June. DeLuca previously served as executive director of the Information Technology Centers of Excellence program at GSA.

“The good news we’ve got is that Bob DeLuca … has agreed to come back on detail until they fill the job permanently,” Emily Murphy, administrator of GSA and a 2020 Wash100 Award winner, said during an interview on Government Matters Sunday.

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