Powers-King named GSA acting assistant commissioner

Mary Powers-King has been appointed acting deputy assistant commissioner for Integrated Technology Services (ITS) at the General Services Administration, GSA said today.

Powers-King is also the director for governmentwide acquisition contracts and Information Technology Schedule 70 programs at ITS.

John Johnson, the retiring assistant commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at ITS, announced the change late on April 28 in a memo to staff.

Johnson will retire May 2, and Ed O’Hare, currently FAS’ chief information officer, will assume the assistant commissioner role.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

Reader Comments

Thu, Apr 30, 2009 Editor

Thank you for the comment but I disagree. The movements of people are news, and a temporary delegation can last longer than anyone expects.

Wed, Apr 29, 2009

Is there so litte news to report that Washington Technology has to publish an internal temporary delegation of authority? Executives do this all the time when they take leave or go on business travel for more than a couple of days. This is not a newsworthy item.

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