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FCW Insider: More GSA administrator buzz


Late last week, we told you about the ongoing buzz about a new GSA administrator -- or at least a new acting GSA administrator for the remaining six months of the Bush administration.

We're now even hearing that somebody is in the clearance process. We haven't been able to nail down who, and, in fact, this is the word on the street. It is not nailed down yet.

But we continue to hear a lot of buzz around this issue.

The question is... why would anybody want the job for only six months?

Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on Jun 16, 2008 at 12:17 PM


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