General Services Administration

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GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

1800 F Street NW., Washington, DC 20405

Phone, 202-708-5082. Internet, www.gsa.gov.

Administrator of General Services Stephen A. Perry

Deputy Administrator David L. Bibb

Chief of Staff Edwin W. Fielder, Acting

Chairman, GSA Board of Contract Stephen M. Daniels

Appeals

Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson

General Counsel George N. Barclay, Acting

Associate Administrator for Civil Madeline C. Caliendo

Rights

Associate Administrator for Citizen Mary J. Pizzella

Services and Communications

Associate Administrator for Clint Robinson

Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs

Associate Administrator for Small Felipe Mendoza

Business Utilization

Associate Administrator for Susan Marshall

Performance Improvement

Chief Financial Officer Kathleen M. Turco

Chief Information Officer Michael W. Carleton

Chief People Officer Gail T. Lovelace

Chief Acquisition Officer Emily Murphy

FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE

Washington, DC 20406

Phone, 703-605-5400. Fax, 703-305-5500.

Commissioner Donna D. Bennett

Deputy Commissioner Lester D. Gray, Jr.

Chief of Staff Amanda G. Fredriksen

Assistant Commissioner for Neal Fox

Commercial Acquisition

Assistant Commissioner for Marketing Gary Feit

Assistant Commissioner for (vacancy)

Acquisition Management

Assistant Commissioner for Jeffrey Thurston, Transportation and Property Acting

Management

Assistant Commissioner for Vehicle Barnaby L. Brasseux

Acquisition and Leasing Services

Assistant Commissioner for John R. Roehmer

Enterprise Planning

Assistant Commissioner for Global Joseph H. Jeu

Supply

Chief Information Officer Elizabeth DelNegro, Acting

Controller Jon A. Jordan

FEDERAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICE

10304 Eaton Place, Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone, 703-306-6000

Commissioner Barbara L. Shelton, Acting

Deputy Commissioner James A. Williams

Chief of Staff (vacancy)

Assistant Commissioner for T. Keith Sandridge

Acquisition

Assistant Commissioner for Robert E. Suda

Information Technology Integration

Assistant Commissioner for Regional Margaret C. Binns

Services

Assistant Commissioner for Customer Mary A. Davie

Relationship Management and Sales

Assistant Commissioner for Service John C. Johnson, Delivery Acting

Assistant Commissioner for Thomas V. Brady

Professional Services

Assistant Commissioner for Service John C. Johnson

Development

Chief Financial Officer Robert E. Short, Acting

Chief Information Officer Casey Coleman

Program Executive for E- Stephen A. Timchak

Authentication

PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE

1800 F Street NW., Washington, DC 20405

Phone, 202-501-1100

Commissioner F. Joseph Moravec

Deputy Commissioner Anthony Costa

Chief of Staff Mary Mitschow, Acting

Assistant Commissioner for Kay McNew

Organizational Resources

Assistant Commissioner for Real William H. Mathews

Property Asset Management

Assistant Commissioner for Applied Sam Hunter

Science

Assistant Commissioner for Customer Chris Reutershan

Service Management

Chief Architect Les Shepherd, Acting

Chief Financial Officer William E. Brady

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENTWIDE POLICY

1800 F Street NW., Washington, DC 20405

Phone, 202-501-8880

Associate Administrator for Governmentwide G. Martin Wagner

Policy

Deputy Associate Administrator Joseph G. Sindelar

Director, GSA Administrative James L. Dean

Policy

Deputy Associate Administrator Mary J. Mitchell

for Electronic Government and Technology

Director, Regulatory Information Ronald C. Kelly

Service Center

Chief Information Officer for Jack L. Finley

Governmentwide Policy

Deputy Associate Administrator Stanley Kaczmarczyk

for Real Property

Deputy Associate Administrator Rebecca R. Rhodes

for Transportation and Personal Property

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The General Services Administration establishes policy for and provides economical and efficient management of Government property and records, including construction and operation of buildings; procurement and distribution of supplies; utilization and disposal of real and personal property; transportation, traffic, and communications management; and management of the governmentwide automatic data processing resources program.

The General Services Administration (GSA) was established by section 101 of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (40 U.S.C. 751).

Contract Appeals The General Services Administration Board of Contract Appeals is responsible for resolving disputes arising out of contracts with the General Services Administration and other Government agencies. The Board is also empowered to hear and decide requests for review of transportation audit rate determinations; claims by Federal civilian employees regarding travel and relocation expenses; and claims for the proceeds of the sale of property of certain Federal civilian employees. In addition, the Board provides alternative dispute resolution services to executive agencies in both contract disputes which are the subject of a contracting officer's decision and other contract-related disputes. Although the Board is located within the agency, it functions as an independent tribunal.

For further information, contact the Board of Contract Appeals, General Services Administration, Washington, DC 20405. Phone, 202-501-0585.

Domestic Assistance Catalog The Federal Domestic Assistance Catalog Program collects and disseminates information on all federally operated domestic assistance programs such as grants,loans,and insurance.This information is published annually in the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance.

For further information, contact the Federal Domestic Assistance Catalog staff. Phone, 202-708-5126.

Governmentwide Policy The Office of Governmentwide Policy (OGP) collaborates with the Federal community to develop policies and guidelines for the management of Government property, technology, and administrative services. OGP's policymaking authority and policy support activities encompass the areas covering electronic government and information technology, real property and the workplace, travel, transportation, personal property, aircraft, Federal motor vehicle fleet, mail, regulatory information and use of Federal advisory...

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