GSA Network Services Director to Retire

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Karl Krumbholz, the General Service Administration Director of Network Services, announced the he will retire from public service at the end of this calendar year. Krumbholz has been put on a temporary assignment and handed day-to-day operations of the Network Services Program to Frank Tiller.

From Krumbholz’s blog:

While I look forward to the opportunity to take some time off in the future, I have no plans to quit working and will begin looking for new opportunities that will allow me to continue to work in this very interesting and challenging industry.

My time at GSA has been the most challenging and rewarding of my career.  That includes nine very rewarding years in industry before coming to GSA and a full career as a Naval Officer, pilot and acquisition manager.  The people that I have worked with at GSA at headquarters and in the Regions have been absolutely incredible.  In addition, I have been privileged to work with many very dedicated agency people and a host of outstanding people from industry.  I could not have imagined a better job.

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