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DorobekINSIDER: GSA procurement guru Drabkin to retire
Thursday - 2/18/2010, 2:00am EST
The DorobekINSIDER has confirmed that David Drabkin, GSA’s deputy chief acquisition officer, will retire from government on March 8.
Drabkin confirmed that he will join the private sector, but he didn’t want to name the company just yet.
Drabkin is one of the most respected people in the government procurement community and has had a distinguished career.
Mr. Drabkin has served GSA for nearly 10 years including a tour on detail to the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.
He served on the Acquisition Advisory Panel (SARA Panel), Deputy Program Manager, Pentagon Renovation Program, the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition Process and Policies), Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition Reform) (ODUSD(AR)); and the Director, Regulatory Reform and Implementation, ODUSD(AR), where he served as the Project Manager for FASA Implementation.
He is a native of Mount Vernon, N.Y.