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Martha Johnson nominated to return to GSA as Administrator

GSA veteran, Martha Johnson is President Obama’s choice to head the agency  after co-leading the Obama Presidential Transition Agency Review Team for GSA.  Martha brings her experience as Chief of Staff for then GSA Administrator David Barram from 1997 to 2001 with the objective of returning the federal procurement agency to its former prominence.  Johnson returns to the GSA from Vice President of Culture at Computer Sciences Corporation where she helped change the culture or a 90, 000 person entity.  Read more here

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