FAS gets new chief of staff

Air Force veteran and former White House aide Bruce Caughman will be chief of staff at the Federal Acquisition Service, FAS Commissioner James Williams announced Sept. 6.

FAS is the procurement arm of the General Services Administration.

Caughman will help oversee the procurement and delivery of $46 billion worth of products and services to the federal government. He will also be involved in developing and implementing critical FAS policies and operational procedures.

Before joining GSA, Caughman was at the U.S. Air Force for more than 22 years, specializing in operations and acquisition. Additionally, he was part of the White House staff for seven years in a variety of positions, including presidential emergency operations officer and personal aide to the president.

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