GSA names chief acquisition officer

Molly Wilkinson has been named the General Services Administration's chief acquisition officer, effective Monday, according to an announcement by GSA Administrator Lurita Doan.

Wilkinson most recently was the Labor Department's associate deputy secretary for management. She gave counsel and support to the department's top officials on internal agency operations regarding management, budget and personnel issues, the announcement states.

Read the full story by Matthew Weigelt.

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