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Former GSA Official Kevin Youel Page Joins Deloitte’s Civil Government Sector

Kevin Youel Page

Kevin Youel Page, formerly deputy commissioner of the General Services Administration’s federal acquisition service, has been named a specialist executive within the civil government sector of Deloitte’s consulting practice.

Page will utilize the professional services company’s portfolio of offerings to meet the strategic needs of its civil government sector customers, as well as increase productivity and boost the delivery of services, Deloitte said Tuesday.

Dan Helfrich, principal of Deloitte Consulting, said Page’s experience in serving the public sector will support the firm in further helping its government clients with their reorganization operations.

During his tenure in FAS, Page spearheaded a $10B shared services operation, the adoption of category management across the government and efforts to increase GSA’s business volume, customer service and employee engagement.

He also served as a procurement specialist and leader at the Treasury Department for nearly seven years.

Page graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Tufts University and a master’s degree in strategy and finance from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

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