GSA's Pugliese will retire

GSA's Pugliese will retire

Federal Supply Service commissioner Frank P. Pugliese will retire this month after 28 years at the General Services Administration.

Donna D. Bennett, Pugliese's deputy, will take over as commissioner next month.

She has been the FSS deputy commissioner since 1994. She joined GSA in 1983. Bennett began her government career in 1969 as an economist at the Civil Aeronautics Board.

Pugliese is leaving government for an industry job. But at press time, he would say only that he would become president and chief executive officer. He would not name the company.

'Frank has been a terrific commissioner during some very challenging times,' GSA Administrator David J. Barram said. 'He has brought us strategic leadership and has proven abilities in producing business results.'

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