FTS fills IT posts

The General Services Administration's Federal Technology Service has named Charles Self as the new FTS deputy commissioner and Robert Suda as the new assistant commissioner of the FTS Office of Information Technology Integration.

The position changes, effective April 2, are the latest in a series of announcements after Dennis Fischer announced he would leave his position as FTS commissioner at the beginning of April. Earlier this month GSA named Sandy Bates, Fischer's deputy, as the new commissioner.

Self has served as assistant commissioner of ITI since June 1997, overseeing the delivery of FTS' IT solutions and contracts. Suda became FTS chief financial officer and chief information officer in January 1998, previously working as GSA director of finance.

Until a search is finalized, FTS named Mike Norris as acting CFO and Mike McNeill as acting CIO.

Related links:

* "FTS commissioner headed to Visa" [FCW.com, March 7, 2000]

* GSA Federal Technology Service: www.fts.gsa.gov

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