Anne E. Rung - Associate Administrator of Government-wide Policy
Anne E. Rung was appointed as the Associate Administrator for Government-wide Policy for the U.S. General Services Administration on August 11, 2013. In this role, Rung leads agency efforts that support increased transparency, open government in Federal policy making, and improving public access to policy information. She oversees the development of Federal policies that include acquisition policy, asset and transportation management, federal high-performance green buildings, and information sharing, identity and access management.
In addition, Rung served as the Chief Acquisition Officer and Senior Advisor to the Administrator at the U.S. General Services Administration from May 24, 2012 to August 10, 2013. As the agency’s CAO, she was responsible for advising and assisting the Administrator and other GSA officials on acquisition policies and initiatives to deliver better value and savings, including advancing GSA’s strategic sourcing effort.
Prior to joining GSA, Rung served as Senior Director of Administration at the U.S Department of Commerce, where she led and implemented several management initiatives, including acquisition reform. Previously, Rung also served as the Deputy Secretary for Administration and Procurement for the Pennsylvania Department of General Services, responsible for leading four Commonwealth-wide operations supporting 77,000 employees, including a $4 billion procurement program. In addition, Rung spent five years as Congressional Director of the Democratic Leadership Council in Washington, D.C., has worked on Capitol Hill and served as an associate at a public affairs firm in Washington, D.C.
Rung is a native of State College, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and London School of Economics and Political Science.