Alan Thomas, the commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at the General Services Administration, has resigned.
“After more than two years of dedicated service leading the Federal Acquisition Service, Commissioner Alan Thomas is departing GSA to pursue a new opportunity in the private sector,” wrote GSA Administration Emily Murphy in an email to staff, which Federal News Network obtained. “I am very grateful to Alan for his commitment to our mission and the accomplishments achieved by the FAS team during his time here. “
Murphy said in her note that GSA senior advisor Julie Dunne has agreed to serve as acting FAS commissioner, beginning Oct. 15.
Thomas became FAS commissioner in June 2017 and immediately went to work on improving FAS around people, processes and technology.
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