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A GSA addition... Barney Brasseux

Of course, we have been watching the churn of people leaving GSA. Well, GSA FAS Commissioner Jim Williams has reportedly hired Barney Brasseux as the acting deputy commissioner.

Commissioner Williams Appoints Barney Brasseux Acting Deputy Commissioner

Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) Commissioner James A. Williams today announced the appointment of Barnaby (Barney) L. Brasseux as FAS Acting Deputy Commissioner effective February 1, 2007. Mr. Brasseux will serve in this role until a permanent selection is made while continuing in his current position as FAS Assistant Commissioner for Travel, Motor Vehicles, and Card Services. "I'm looking forward to working more closely with Barney on the major challenges facing FAS," said Commissioner Williams. "His experience and background more than qualify him for the role." Mr. Brasseux has been with GSA for the past 13 years and has held a variety of positions, including Assistant Commissioner for Vehicle Acquisition and Leasing Services and Chief of Staff for GSA's Federal Supply Service.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Feb 06, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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