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Successor found for Kathleen Turco at GSA

Anne Rung - photo courtesy of Commerce Department

GSA Chief Acquisition Officer Anne Rung will replace Kathleen Turco as head of Office of Governmentwide Policy.

The General Services Administration has a new leader for its Office of Governmentwide Policy. GSA acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini announced in an all-staff email that Anne Rung would replace Kathleen Turco. Effective June 16, Turco will become the Veterans Health Administration's chief financial officer.

Rung, who won a Federal 100 award for her accomplishments at the Commerce Department, had been GSA's chief acquisition officer since April 2012. Federal News Radio first reported Tangherlini's announcement about her new role, which will be in addition to her duties as CAO for the agency.

Posted by FCW Staff on Jun 13, 2013 at 12:10 PM


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