Gormley leaves FSS, joins consultancy as vice president

Gormley leaves FSS, joins consultancy as vice president

By Susan M. Menke

GCN Staff

OCT. 9—Federal Supply Service assistant commissioner Bill Gormley will retire from government next month to become senior vice president of Washington Management Group, a Washington consultancy on Multiple Award Schedule contracting matters. His successor has not been named yet.

At FSS, Gormley has helped broaden and modernize the General Services Administration's schedules program, whose sales are estimated at more than $12 billion for fiscal 2000. 'I am proud to have contributed to creating a government acquisition program through which the government works better and costs less,' he said in a statement.

At a GCN Forum luncheon last month, Gormley said the e-Buy service of GSA Advantage is only the first of several initiatives that will keep FSS on the move [see story at www.gcn.com/vol1_no1/daily-updates/2920-1.html]. Starting next month, e-Buy will distribute solicitation information to interested bidders by e-mail.

Washington Management Group said in a statement that its largest client is the nonprofit Coalition for Government Procurement, a trade association of 350 companies that sell through the MAS program.

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