Amy Haseltine is the Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Acquisition – Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) – General Services Administration (GSA). The Federal Acquisition Service provides buying platforms and acquisition services to Federal, DoD, State and Local governments for a broad range of items from office supplies to motor vehicles to information technology and telecommunications products and services.
Ms. Haseltine also serves as Acting Director of GSA’s Quality Service Management Office (QSMO) for Civilian Human Resources (HR) Transaction Services and the NewPay Program Management Office.
Amy Haseltine joined GSA in October 2019 as Director of the NewPay Program Management Office under GSA’s HR QSMO. In June 2020, with OMB’s designation of GSA as the QSMO for Human Resources Transaction Services, she assumed the dual role as the Director of GSA’s QSMO for Civilian HR Transaction Services and NewPay Program Management Office. In January 2021, Ms. Haseltine took on an additional assignment as the Acting Executive Director of ETS which manages a portfolio of contracts that provide government agencies with a diverse set of telecommunications services valued at over $3 billion annually. In June 2021, she became the permanent head of ETS.
As HR QSMO Director, Ms. Haseltine supported the President’s Management Agenda: Modernizing Government for the 21st Century (June 28, 2017), in support of the GSA’s role as co-lead for the “Sharing Quality Services” Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) goal. Among other tasks, GSA is expected to help drive and expand the number and use of common solutions across government to reduce duplication and costs as well as improve the quality and delivery of shared services by using common solutions; standard administrative operations; and core performance metrics. As the Executive Director for ETS, Ms. Haseltine and her team deliver IT infrastructure solutions to agencies including leading the governmentwide transition to GSA’s next-generation telecommunications contract: Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions.
Prior to joining GSA, Ms. Haseltine was the Deputy Chief Information Officer for Enterprise Services at the Department of Health and Human Services and the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Grants and Acquisition Policy and Accountability. She has spent more than 25 years in government helping to drive innovation and results as exemplified by her work on HHS’ Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act efforts, leading government-wide DATA Act implementation for the federal grants community, and serving as the Managing Partner for Grants.gov