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GSA budget director heads to DHS

GSA Budget Director Debi Schilling is leaving to join the Homeland Security Department.

From her e-mail to staff:

All good things must come to end, so they say. I've decided its time to end my time as the GSA Budget Director. I'll be taking on a new assignment as the Budget Director for DHS. While I'm looking forward to this new opportunity, it's the people in the Office of Budget that I am really going to miss. It has been a real pleasure working with this talented, hard-working group.

I have enjoyed the opportunity to be a part of the GSA OCFO team and the entire GSA financial community. I've learned a lot and grown a lot as part of this team. Your support and friendship have been so important to me and will be sorely missed.

I wish all of you the best. You definately deserve it!

Debi J. Schilling
Director of Budget
Office of the Chief Financial Officer
U. S. General Services Administration

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jan 19, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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