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Do you have what it takes to be the new FAS Commissioner at GSA?

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Have you ever read one of our many stories on the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service and thought to yourself “I could do that!” Well, now’s your chance.

GSA is officially looking for a new FAS chief after Steve Kempf took a 60-day leave of absence  in July for medical reasons. GSA said Kempf will be moving to a new position within the agency.

The job pays about $119,000 to $179,000 a year, according to a GSA posting on USAjobs.

Some of the duties listed include:

  • Holding to the highest level of ethical behavior and decision making as a fundamental value.
  • Supporting GSA so it functions as an integrated and synergistic enterprise.
  • Setting FAS strategic direction which includes disciplined inquiry into its core business models and fit with its markets.
  • Sourcing, developing, and challenging the current FAS leadership team and a successor layer of talent.
  • Positioning FAS as a source and sophisticated user of sustainable solutions.
  • Functioning in a transparent manner so customers, employees, stakeholders, oversight bodies, and GSA colleagues can all understand and be full partners in FAS’s mission.
  • Holding to a paced rhythm of planning, measuring and reporting necessary for responsible management of an enterprise of this size and complexity.

So if you think you have what it takes, then go ahead and apply.

Comments

  1. roy Says:
    September 22nd, 2012 at 11:31 pm

    Will the new FAS Commishioner be responsible for manageing GSA conventions.

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