Federal Acquisition Service,
U.S. General Services Administration
Sharon Wall was appointed Regional Commissioner for Federal Acquisition Service New England in December of 2009.
Prior to this appointment Wall served as the Assistant Regional Administrator for FAS
from 2004 through 2009.
was responsible for the transformation of Region 1 FAS to a high performing results oriented organization.
Most recently, the New England Region was rated number one in customer satisfaction across all elements of a nationally conducted survey for Assisted Acquisition Service.
was recognized at the Region's Administrators Awards Ceremony for outstanding leadership of FAS
From 2002 to 2004, Wall was the Chief Technology Officer for Long Term Care Partners, (LTCP) LLC, a joint partnership between John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. and Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
She was responsible for the overall strategic technology direction for LTCP where she managed a team of IT professionals and contractors in the operational support of applications, systems, network and infrastructure required to fulfill the mission of the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program managed by the Office of Personnel Management on behalf of both the civilian agencies and the Department of Defense.
The program has more than 20 million eligible members.
Wall is a graduate of Northeastern University and attended Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, Executive program.
is the recipient of the StrategIT Award for Excellence in Leadership and Technological Achievement, John Hancock's
Corporate Award, Social Security's
Outstanding Public Service Award and the GSA Meritorious Service Award
In December 2010, GSA Administrator Martha Johnson appointed Wall as the agency's Senior Telework Accountability Official.
will lead GSA's effort to meet new goals outlined in the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.