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Avue Announces Government Advisory Board Members

WASHINGTON July 26, 2011

Ira L. Hobbs

Also named to the board are:

  • Karen Evans
  • Sam Mok
  • Gary Krump Washington
  • Robert Burton
  • Ed Drosdick

"I am honored to have these five individuals join me on Avue’s Government Advisory Board," Hobbs said.  "The purpose of the Board is to advise Avue’s senior leadership on the Company’s mission and strategic direction. The collective experience of this group across the spectrum of federal government finance, IT, procurement, regulation, and benefits makes it extraordinarily well qualified to fulfill that role.

"In addition, each of them is a proven leader and distinguished member of their profession.  Each is an individual of character and integrity whose career reflects their willingness to act as a change agent in helping organizations excel."

As CIO at the Treasury Department, Hobbs was responsible for the acquisition and management of information resources and for providing broad leadership in planning, budgeting, acquiring, and managing Treasury’s IT resources.  Prior to joining Treasury, Hobbs served seven years as the Deputy Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). During his federal tenure, Hobbs co-chaired the Federal CIO Council’s Workforce Committee whose goal was to improve the recruitment, retention and skills of the federal government’s IT workforce.  

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Krump, a career member of the Senior Executive Service, has served in many capacities at Veterans Affairs. As chief judge of the VA’s Board of Contract Appeals, he ensured timely and fair disposition of disputes involving construction, supply, and service contract challenges. Concurrently, Krump served as a member of the Procurement Executive Council (now the Chief Acquisition Officers’ Council), including two terms as vice-chairman and chair of the Executive Committee.

Burton was selected to serve in the Executive Office of the President in 2001 as the Deputy Administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), the nation’s top career federal procurement official.  During the last two of his seven years with OFPP he was its acting administrator. Burton was also the executive director of the Chief Acquisition Officers Council and managed the activities of the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council.

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For additional information, contact Avue at (253) 573-1877 x203.

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SOURCE Avue Technologies Corporation

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