Jim Williams, MBA, ’86, retired from the federal government in April 2010 after a 30-year career. He served for more than 18 years in the Senior Executive Service. Williams’ federal career highlights include becoming the first director of the US-VISIT Program at DHS; holding several executive positions at IRS; being the first commissioner of the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA, where he was responsible for over $50 billion in annual revenues; and being appointed by President Bush as acting administrator of GSA for the last five months of the Bush Administration with responsibility for Presidential transition. He received the Presidential Rank Award from Presidents Clinton and Bush. Williams recently became the senior vice president for global professional services at Daon, a worldwide Irish biometric company based in Reston, Va.
Posted by gwsb on November 10, 2010 | Filed under: Classnotes.