01/18/13 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Location: MPA Room 601Z
Regulatory Studies Center
TSPPPA Career Development Services
Noshing with Notables
Informal lunch talks with successful public policy experts
about their careers and career paths
Virginia A. Huth
Director of the Office of General Services Acquisition Policy, Integrity &
Workforce, General Services Administration
January 18, 2013
12:00- 1:30 PM
MPA Room 601Z
Ms. Virginia Huth joined the General Services Administration in December 2011 as Director of
the Office of General Services Acquisition Policy, Integrity & Workforce, within the Office of
Government-wide Policy. Her responsibilities include oversight of the Procurement
Management Review Division, the Suspension & Debarment Division, the General Services Acquisition Policy Division, and the
Acquisition Workforce Division. In this capacity, she coordinates with the Public Buildings Service, the Federal Acquisition Service,
and with internal GSA contracting functions to ensure the development and enforcement of GSA?s acquisition policies in
support of GSA?s nearly 5000 strong acquisition workforce. Ms. Huth previously held executive positions as Director of Contracting at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
(NRC) and Director of Program Management, Development and Analysis within the Office of Nuclear Security and
Incident Response at the NRC. From 2001 ? 2005 she supported several Federal agencies as a Managing Consultant
with IBM Global Services. Her other Federal experience includes serving as a Desk Officer and Senior Analyst at the
Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget from 1994 ? 2000. She began
her Federal career as a summer intern at the Congressional Research Service in 1993.
Ms. Huth holds a Master?s Degree in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California. She is a native
of San Mateo, California.
Noshing with Notables provides an opportunity for George Washington University students to meet and engage with successful policy practitioners in an informal setting over lunch. Our "Notables" are public policy experts from the government, private sector, academia and non-profit entities.
The George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center aims to raise awareness of regulations effects and improve regulatory policy through research, education, and outreach.
*Open to the GW Community. Space is limited, so please register here.