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Michael Casella Named GSA CFO

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Michael Casella
Michael Casella

Michael Casella, a former budget manager at the U.S. Agency for International Development, is joining the General Services Administration as chief financial officer.

Casella brings to GSA nearly 30 years of acquisition experience in both the private and public sectors, acting GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini said in a Tuesday blog post.

Tangherlini said Casella joins GSA’s leadership team as Thomas Sharpe, former Treasury Department senior procurement executive, joins the agency as commissioner of GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service.

Both Casella and Sharpe will work with Dorothy Robyn, who was named commissioner of the Public Buildings Service in September 2012, Tangherlini said.

At USAID, Casella oversaw that agency’s development and humanitarian assistance budget as director of the office of budget and resource management.

He became the office’s first director upon its creation in September 2010, according to USAID.

Prior to that, he served as senior budget adviser to the agency’s administrator.

His private sector experience includes service as acting vice president of administration and finance at the Millenium Challenge Corp.

Before joining that company, he served as branch chief for international economic affairs in the Office of Management and Budget.

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