GSA consulting firm gains vice president

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"GSA remixed"

Judith Nelson, director of government contracts at consulting firm EZGSA has been promoted to vice president of the firm.

She has more than 16 years of experience in advising government contractors and has been with EZGSA for more than three years, rising from part-time proposal specialist to her current position.

Scott Orbach, the firm's president, said Nelson's work benefits from an effective combination of personal characteristics. "Her experience, attention to detail and knowledge pertaining to government contracts and business strategies complement her exceptionally productive management style," he said.

Orbach launched EZGSA in 1999.

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