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Krumbholz writes Networx blog

EDITOR'S NOTE: This was updated March 21, 2011 to correct Karl Krumbholz's name. 

There's a new(ish) blogger on the block.

Karl Krumbholz, director of the network services programs at the General Services Administration, is writing a blog to help people stay current on developments with GSA's Networx contract and other network services contracts and activities. Named, appropriately enough, "Network Services Update," the blog is well-written, but all-business, conveying solid information in a concise presentation.

You'll find it at http://gsablogs.gsa.gov/networkservices/.

We weren't aware of this one when we did our recent article on the best of the federal blogosphere, but we would have included it among the better ones if we had been.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011 at 12:18 PM


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