Drabkin opts to stay at GSA

Drabkin opts to stay at GSA

David Drabkin has decided to stay at the General Services Administration after all.

The deputy chief acquisition officer and senior procurement executive said today that he has decided not to take a job with the State Department's Office of Global Aids Coordinator. He had announced earlier this month that he would leave GSA. [See GCN story]

Drabkin said he would remain in his current position and added that there is a lot of work still to be done. A GSA spokeswoman said agency officials asked Drabkin to stay.

Drabkin has been with GSA since 2000 and before that worked at the Defense Department, where he helped implement the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act.


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