2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Emily W. Murphy

 

Name: Emily W. Murphy
Title: Administrator
Agency: General Services Administration

Service first. Every one of the dozens of modernization, automation, organizational and efficiency projects underway at GSA these days can be linked to the mantra Murphy intoned at her Senate confirmation hearing in 2017. She said her keywords are “ethical leadership, reduce duplication, increase transparency and increase competition,” and they apply to her work on GSA’s innovative shared services, the Centers of Excellence and procurement schedules. Murphy has spent 24 years in the federal government — at GSA and on Capitol Hill — and she has applied her thoughtful approach to every step of her career.

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