GSA names Krumbholz director of network services

The General Services Administration has selected Karl Krumbholz as director of network services programs in the Federal Acquisition Service's Office of Integrated Technology Services, the agency announced today.

As director of network services -- a new position -- Krumbholz will provide strategic, operational, technical and acquisition leadership for an organization that delivers $1.5 billion in telecommunications services to 135 government agencies in 190 countries.

Previously, Krumbholz was deputy assistant commissioner at GSA's Office of Service Development and Delivery in the Federal Technology Service. In that role he was responsible for managing the FTS2001 and Crossover federal telecom programs, and the development activities that defined the next generation of GSA offerings.

Before joining GSA, Krumbholz worked at TRW and BDM where he managed telecommunications and information technology programs that supported government. Krumbholz is a retired naval officer.

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