2016 Fed 100

Federal 100: Mary A. Davie

Name: Mary A. Davie
Title: Assistant Commissioner
Office of Integrated Technology Services
Agency: General Services Administration

Acquisition dynamo. From the Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative to GSA's category management program, Davie is a versatile leader in the government move to streamline federal acquisition and manage the complexity of the enterprise. She leads a team of 600 people, works with thousands of contractors and tracks $22 billion in IT spending so she knows the territory. Davie grew up in the federal IT community: She started at GSA in 1989 and worked her way up in IT and technology acquisition positions to become the driving force she is today.

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